All the following are the different anatomical structures that compress the posterior interosseous nerve at the radial tunnel except. (AIIMS Nov 2010)
|A||Fibrous band near the ant aspect of the radial head|
|B||Vascular leash of the recurrent radial artery|
|C||Distal extensor carpi radialis brevis tendon margin|
|D||Proximal end of the brachioradialis|
Proximal end of the brachioradialis
a. In addition to a, b, and c it is the supinator margin at the arcade of Frohse that is the compressing structure in radial tunnel syndrome.
b. The pain of radial tunnel syndrome is located 3-4 cm distal to the lateral condyle and maybe reproduced by long finger extension against resistance