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gnosing if it is complete or partial distal biceps tear in clinical setting in some cases is still difficult even for many experienced clinicians. Doing that without having proper imaging like Ultrasonography or MRI is even more challenging. Prompt diagnosis is very important, as every week of its delay significantly change outcomes and increase risk of complications after surgical treatment. To diagnose not only if it is complete tear but also if it is partial tear we added to our examination routine modification to the hook test that was previously described in 2007 by Shawn O’Driscoll et al. Modification of the hook test “Resisted Hook Test” is simple and quick maneuver that can help clinicians to proper and quick diagnosis. Adding this modification to our routine allowed us to establish algorithm for diagnosing distal biceps tendon tears using both hook test and resisted hook test , including diagnosing partial and complete tears and having ability to differentiate between them. We hypothesized that that the painful or absent hook/resisted hook tests are efficient tests to diagnose partial and/or complete biceps of distal tendons ruptures. Further, we sought that this information could be used for diagnosing during routine clinical patient examination. **MATERIAL AND METHODS ** 89 distal biceps repairs in 84 consecutive patients who were evaluated and explored surgically for a known or possible partial or complete avulsion of the distal biceps tendon from July 2003 to December 2018 by the senior author (SOD) were reviewed after institutional review board approval. The patients were identified from a surgical registry in which all operative cases of the senior author are recorded prospectively, beginning at each patient’s pre-surgical visit. This includes dates, indications, pre-operative, perioperative and post-operative clinicals and patients outcomes. An independent reviewer (MJH), not involved in these patients, reviewed the records, clinical notes, operative notes, imaging for documentation of the hook test throughout the peri-operative period and correlated with the surgical findings. The resisted hook test had become a standard component of the senior author’s clinical physical assessment of biceps repairs by “**What DATE”**. Thus, all the patients who underwent biceps tendon repair to this date were excluded. All patients undergoing revision of biceps tendon tears were >GET ANSWER