The Effect of Biceps Reattachment Site on Moment Arm

@inproceedings{Schmidt2010TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Biceps Reattachment Site on Moment Arm},
  author={C Schmidt and Allison Wong and Howard},
  year={2010}
}
Avulsion of the distal biceps tendon from the tuberosity occurs mostly in middle-aged males resulting from eccentric loading of the flexed, supinated forearm [1]. When non-operative treatment is chosen, supination strength decreases by 50% and flexion strength is reduced by 35-40% [2]. Surgical repair has been shown to be a better alternative than non-operative treatments for restoration of strength and endurance [2, 3]. 

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