Bone tunnel and suture anchor fixation of distal biceps tendon ruptures

Fernando J Checo, Craig M Rodner
Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 2008, 16 (3): 124-9
Several different techniques to secure the distal end of the biceps tendon back to the radial tuberosity have been described in the literature. This paper will focus on 2 of the more common ones: (1) a 2-incision technique using a bone tunnel and (2) a 1-incision technique with suture anchors. Both of these techniques have been shown to produce similarly good clinical results.

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