Arcade of Frohse
|Arcade of Frohse|
|Anatomical terms of muscle|
The arcade of Frohse is a site of radial nerve entrapment, and is believed to play a role in causing progressive paralysis of the posterior interosseous nerve, both with and without injury. Sensory loss will not present because PIN is purely motor.
The arcade of Frohse was named after German anatomist, Fritz Frohse (1871-1916).
- Clinical anatomy of the radial nerve
- MRI Web Clinic (MRIs of Posterior interosseous nerve entrapment)
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