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Zarina S. Ali, Dara Bakar, Yun R. Li, Alex Judd, Hiren Patel, Eric L. Zager, Gregory G. Heuer and Sherman C. Stein

root, there is additional loss of extension of the wrist. The severity of the injury varies from a neurapraxic injury, which typically resolves spontaneously, to a complete avulsion injury, which has no potential for spontaneous recovery. Early management strategies of NBPP included physical therapy and supportive care, given the significant morbidity associated with attempts at surgical reconstruction. Then, beginning in the 1980s, surgical repair of these injuries was reestablished when reports of good outcomes were published, likely, in part, due to increasing