Anterior interosseous nerve paralysis due to Gantzer's muscle

Ilse Degreef, Luc De Smet
Acta Orthopaedica Belgica 2004, 70 (5): 482-4
A case of an older female patient with paralysis of the anterior interosseous nerve is reported. During exploration an accessory muscle slip running from the coronoid process of the ulna towards the flexor pollicis longus (Gantzer's muscle) was found compressing the nerve.

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