synonyms: Lateral Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve Palsy, LABC palsy,
LABC Palsy ICD-9
LABC Palsy Etiology / Epidemiology / Natural History
- LABC neuropraxia is the most common complication after distal biceps tendon repair. Increased rate of LABC neurapraxias to the necessary retraction of the nerve during exposure and preparation of the bicipital tuberosity in the single anterior incision approach.
LABC Palsy Anatomy
LABC Palsy Clinical Evaluation
LABC Palsy Xray / Diagnositc Tests
LABC Palsy Classification / Treatment
- LABC nerve injury is typically a neuropraxia from retraction, and is generally treaed with observation..
LABC Palsy Associated Injuries / Differential Diagnosis
LABC Palsy Complications
LABC Palsy Follow-up Care
LABC Palsy Review References
- Bisson L, Moyer M, Lanighan K, Marzo J. Complications associated with repair of a distal biceps rupture using the modified two-incision technique. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2008 Jan-Feb;17(1 Suppl):67S-71S.