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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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A non-anatomic attachment of the distal biceps to the brachialis muscle, as opposed to an anatomic attachment to the radial tuberosity, may result in as high as a 50% loss of supination strength.
Taylor and coworkers (48) described the use of a de-tensioning stitch between the proximal part of the distal biceps and the brachialis muscle, which allows earlier active range of motion and strengthening; they reported good clinical outcomes without failures.
Treatment options in clude nonoperative management, non-anatomic repair to the brachialis muscle, attempted biceps release with anatomic repair, and biceps reconstruction with autograft or allograft augmentation.
Early recommendations included nonoperative treatment (24,62) or attachment of the retracted tendon to the brachialis muscle.
Serious perioperative adverse events include two radial nerve palsies (one of which eventually resolved) and one brachialis muscle contracture.
The first pair was initially loaded with the anterior surface of the ulna facing upward to simulate a flexion force at the elbow from the brachialis muscle.