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.
A circular area of the ROI was applied to evaluate the transverse view of the bicipital tendon, and the margin was set at the sheath of the biceps tendon (Figure 1).
Surgical treatment described by Bassett consisted of release of the LACN at the elbow between the bicipital tendon and brachialis muscle, and wedge resection of the bicipital tendon (1).