Dominant vs Nondominant Arm in Surgical Repair of Distal Biceps Tendon Rupture. A Case-Control Series of Isotonic Muscle Strength Evaluation

SUMMARY Background. This case-control study investigated arm recovery from surgery for a ruptured distal tendon in terms of maximal strength, power, and endurance compared to the healthy contralateral arm, taking into account limb dominance. Methods. An S-shaped single incision and suture anchor repair was used in all 15 patients. All patients were right-arm dominant and of them none … Continued