bicipital


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bicipital

[bī′sip·əd·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to muscles having two origins.
Pertaining to ribs having double articulation with the vertebrae.
(botany)
Having two heads or two supports.
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1) Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may aid in the diagnosis by demonstrating an absence of the long head in the bicipital groove or at its insertion.
Presence of tenderness over greater tuberosity and bicipital groove, and significant association of positive Hawkins-Kennedy test with Speed's test, lift off test and painful resisted isometric supraspinatus contraction indicate the involvement of the long head of biceps, subscapularis and supraspinatus possibly due to impingement.
Shoulder pain in stroke patients may be due to shoulder subluxation, rotator cuff impingement/tear, adhesive capsulitis, bicipital tendonitis or other reasons2-6.
Three holes were drilled lateral to the bicipital groove just where the native footprint was located.
Digital pressure over the bicipital groove did not elicit pain.
La exploracion de los reflejos revelo abolicion del reflejo corneal y nasopalpebral e hiporreflexia estilorradial, bicipital y tricipital bilaterales.
Achillean and bicipital reflexes were diminished, superior limbs showed weakness 4/5 on hands, 4/5 on forearms, and 4/5 on shoulder girdle (according to the MRC scale).
5 cms posterior to the bicipital groove using a small curved bone awl & its position was confirmed to be in the center of the canal on image intensifier.
En la region del brazo, el musculo biceps braquial (biceps brachii) se origino por un tendon en la tube-rosidad supraglenoidea, se deslizo sobre la corredera bicipital (surco intertubercular) envuelto en una vaina sinovial dependiente de la capsula articular y termino en una aponeurosis en la ulna y por un delgado tendon en el tercio proximal del borde (margo) medial del radio.
Adhesive changes affect the mobility of the bicep tendon within the bicipital groove and its synovial sheath becomes the secondary source of pain.
8) Imaging field-of-view should be about 12 cm and extend from the distal humerus to the bicipital tuberosity of the radius, and a dedicated elbow coil should be used for optimal spatial resolution.