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Technical Pearls For Limited Incision Anterior Interosseous Nerve to Ulnar Motor Nerve End to Side Transfer (Supercharge)

March 01, 2020

Contributors: Austin J Roebke, BS; Austin P Seaman, BS; Abhishek Julka, MD

Case Overview: This video describes anterior interosseous nerve to ulnar nerve supercharge surgery. Indications, contraindications, technical pearls, and potential pitfalls are discussed. Preoperative and postoperative imaging studies are included. Method/Technique: A 1.5- to 2-cm incision is made over the hook of the hamate, and a 4- to 5-cm incision is made just proximal to the wrist crease, which avoids the use of an unnecessarily long incision. The video highlights the technical aspects of the procedure and discusses clinical indications and outcomes. Results: Results and outcomes of anterior interosseous nerve to ulnar nerve supercharge surgery are presented and discussed. Summary: This video demonstrates anterior interosseous nerve to ulnar nerve supercharge surgery. The video discusses indications for, contraindications for, technical considerations for, and outcomes of anterior interosseous nerve to ulnar nerve supercharge surgery.

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