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A case of posterior interosseous nerve entraped at the entrance between the two heads of the supinator is presented. Superior aponeurotic margin was responsible for this paralysis. Decompression was done by dividing the superficial head of supinator. The patient made uneventful recovery. If the patient dose not show any recovery in 6 weeksâ€™ time the exploration is recommended.