AIN Syndrome - Clinical Scenario

A 39-year-old woman with forearm pain and inability to flex the thumb and index finger joints likely has Anterior Interosseous Nerve Syndrome (AINS).
AIN Syndrome - Clinical Scenario

Clinical Scenario

A 39-year-old woman presented with right forearm pain and reduce ability to flex her right thumb interphalangeal joint and index finger distal interphalangeal joint.

1. Identify the clinical features of AINS.
2. Make a comprehensive diagnostic plan for AINS.
3. Determine the treatment plan for AINS.

Primary Contributor: Dr Waruguru Wanjau, Educational Fellow.
Reviewer: Dr Suzanne Thomson, Educational Fellow.

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