bicipital groove


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bicipital groove

[bī′sip·əd·əl ‚grüv]
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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.
Both heads converge in short, wide, flattened, and bifascicular tendon inserting in the humerus, lateral to the bicipital groove.
18; NEX = 2; EC = 1) demonstrating a shallow bicipital groove (black arrows) and absence of the long head of the biceps tendon.
Caption: Figure 2 The lower split portion of the subscapularis is reflected; the longitudinal part of the incision is taken inferiorly following the medial ridge of the bicipital groove.
Mobilisation of adhesions at posterior shoulder and LH of biceps in the bicipital groove should be included in the rehabilitation process.
The second one (anterior schantz pin) just lateral to bicipital groove, 30[degrees] anterior to the first schantz pin.
MRI showed an incidental finding of splitting of the biceps tendon at the level of the bicipital groove and reattachment at 2 cm distal to the bifurcation.
A bone tunnel is created in the bicipital groove, and the tendon is fixed in place with an interference screw or cortical button under appropriate tension.
Bicipital groove orientation: considerations for the retroversion of a prosthesis in fractures of the proximal humerus.
Pain or tenderness in the bicipital groove indicates bicipital tendinitis.
An extramedullary cutting guide, which references off the bicipital groove, is used to determine the angle of resection of the humeral head (Fig.