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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Possible etiologies are direct injury to bicipital tendon insertion site or associated inflammation in the early phase of pathology.
(39) verificaram que as meninas com adiposidade elevada, avaliada pelo somatorio das dobras cutaneas bicipital e tricipital, apresentou 1,95 (IC95% = 1,17-3,25) vezes mais chance de insatisfacao com a imagem corporal do que aquelas com adiposidade adequada.
We preferred full-thickness skin graft which is harvested from the bicipital groove.
Systemic causes (which include diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism) resulting in AC constitutes the major bulk of patients 52 (57.8%), intrinsic causes (bicipital tendinitis, rotator cuff injuries and calcific tendinitis) were found in 17 (18.9%) of patients.
In shoulder, the patient may have frozen shoulder, tendonitis, and bicipital tendonitis.
En Colombia, desde inicios del siglo xxi se ha venido reportando que los DME constituyen el principal grupo diagnostico en procesos relacionados con la determinacion de origen y perdida de capacidad laboral, dentro de los que se encontraban, con mayor prevalencia, la tendinitis del manguito rotador y bicipital, bursitis, sindrome del tunel del carpo, tenosinovitis de Quervain, epicondilitis lateral y medial, dolor lumbar inespecifico y enfermedad discal (15, 16).
Bicipital (DCB) and triceps skinfolds were measured in the anterior and posterior region.
After preparation of the footprint with curette and rongeur, three double-loaded 4.5 mm Mitek suture anchors (DePuy Synthes, Raynham, MA) were placed lateral to the bicipital groove for the repair of the tendon.
Because of the absence of tendon remnant, the anatomic footprint was determined according to a previous cadaveric study, approximately 5 cm away from greater tuberosity at the bicipital groove [21].