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A 50-year-old woman sustains an open both bone forearm fracture seen in Figure A and undergoes the treatment seen in Figure B. During surgery the posterior interosseous nerve was transected and primary repair was attempted. One year following surgery the patient continues to have no posterior interosseous nerve function. Which of the following treatments will best restore function?
Sural nerve grafting to the posterior interosseus nerve
Wrist fusion with transfer of the flexor carpi ulnaris to the finger extensors
Transfer of the flexor carpi radialis to extensor digitorum and the palmaris longus to the extensor pollicis longus
Transfer of the pronator teres to the wrist extensors and the palmaris longus to the finger extensors
Transfer of the flexor carpi ulnaris to the wrist extensors and the palmaris longus to the extensor pollicis longus
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