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A 47-year-old male punches through a glass window and suffers a deep laceration that severs his brachioradialis muscle at the mid-forearm. What nerve is most likely injured?
Posterior interosseous nerve
Superficial radial nerve
Anterior interosseous nerve
Medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve
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A 58-year-old female undergoes right elbow arthroscopy for loose body removal and debridement. During the case, the anterior capsule of the elbow is violated while the arthroscopic shaver is being used through an anterolateral portal. A clinical photograph demonstrating the patients post-operative physical exam deficits is shown in Figure A. Which structure labeled in Figure B has most likely been damaged?
None of the identified structures have been damaged
When approaching a proximal diaphyseal radius fracture via the Henry approach (volar), the forearm is supinated to minimize injury to what structure?
Posterior interosseus nerve
Lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve