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Table 1 Patients’ case-series including dominant/non dominant forearm informations, follow-up visit, ROM and complication report. ROM values are expressed in degrees

From: Distal biceps tendon rupture: advantages and drawbacks of the anatomical reinsertion with a modified double incision approach

Age Gender Injured side Follow up ROM
(ext-flex)
ROM
(pron-sup)
Complications
MAJOR
Complications
MINOR
1 35 male non dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
2 42 male dominant 15 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no intermittent pain
3 48 male non dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
4 62 male non dominant 12 months 0°130° 90°-90° no no
5 43 male non dominant 4 years 0°130° 90°-90° no no
6 28 male dominant 19 months 0°-110° 80°-75° no ROM deficiency< 30°
7 37 male non dominant 2 years 0°-130° 85°-90° no no
8 49 male non dominant 5 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
9 66 male dominant 1 years 0°-130° 75°-80° no ROM deficiency< 30°
10 30 male dominant 8 years 0°-130° 90°90° no no
11 46 male dominant 16 months 0°-130° 70°-50° no ROM deficiency< 30°
12 42 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 85°-90° no supination strength deficiency < 60%
13 62 male non dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
14 36 male dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
15 45 male dominant 18 months 0°-130° 90°-85° NIP transient palsy no
16 59 male dominant 15 months 0°-130° 90°-85° no no
17 48 male dominant 18 months 0°-130° 65°-75° no ROM deficiency< 30°
18 39 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 85°-90° no no
19 37 male non dominant 14 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
20 65 male non dominant 4 years 15°-130° 90°-90° no no
21 52 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
22 59 male non dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no heterotopic ossifications
23 47 male non dominant 16 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
24 42 male non dominant 13 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
25 50 male dominant 15 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
26 39 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
27 54 male non dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
28 47 male non dominant 18 months 0°-130° 70°-80° radio-ulnar synostosis ROM deficiency< 30°
29 42 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
30 45 male non dominant 19 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no intermittent pain
31 60 male non dominant 16 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
32 36 male non dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-85° no no
33 56 male dominant 3 years 0°-130° 85°-90° no LACBN injury
34 47 male dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
35 40 male dominant 14 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
36 54 male non dominant 20 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
37 32 male non dominant 4 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
38 42 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
39 36 male dominant 13 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
40 40 male dominant 12 months 0°-130° 75°-85° atraumatic re-rupture ROM deficiency< 30°
41 45 male non dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
42 57 male dominant 17 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
43 39 male dominant 16 months 5°-125° 85°-90° no heterotopic ossifications
44 36 male dominant 10 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
45 50 male dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
46 54 male dominant 15 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
47 41 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
48 36 male dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no intermittent pain
49 29 male non dominant 20 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
50 46 male dominant 19 months 0°-100° 85°-90° NIP transient palsy no
51 51 male dominant 4 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
52 56 male dominant 18 months 20°-125° 90°-85° no no
53 47 male dominant 2 years 0°-130° 85°-90° NIP transient palsy LACBN injury
54 39 male dominant 15 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
55 35 male non dominant 18 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no flexion strenght deficiency < 30%
56 41 male dominant 1 years 5°-130° 90°-90° no no
57 28 male dominant 13 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
58 40 male dominant 17 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
59 41 male dominant 3 years 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
60 46 male dominant 14 months 0°-125° 90°-90° no LACBN injury
61 51 male non dominant 12 months 0°-130° 90°-90° no no
62 37 male dominant 6 years 0°-130° 90°-80° no no
63 42 male non dominant 16 months 0°-120° 90°-90° no no
  1. NIP: posterior interosseous nerve, LACBN: lateral antebrachial coutaneous nerve, ROM: range of motion