biceps muscle


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biceps muscle

The prominent and powerful muscle on the front of the upper arm which bends the elbow and rotates the forearm outwards, as in using a screwdriver.
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When they could give no more an Honest Man came along and by a single small payment obtained a judgment and took the Piano home, where his daughter used it to develop her biceps muscles, becoming a famous pugiliste.
Likewise her feminine eye took in the clothes he wore, the cheap and unaesthetic cut, the wrinkling of the coat across the shoulders, and the series of wrinkles in the sleeves that advertised bulging biceps muscles.
An "S" shaped incision starting on the medial border of the biceps muscle is carried laterally across the antecubital fossa and distally along the ulnar border of the brachioradialis muscle.
Biceps muscle is a strong Particular muscle bridging the shoulder and the elbow joints.
Craig Mitchell, who has deputised for Jones in the past, is already out of the autumn internationals after injuring a biceps muscle in an arm while on club duty for Exeter Chiefs.
The Bucs made the move after losing Gerald McCoy for the rest of the season with a torn right biceps muscle.
The symptoms of biceps tendonitis are vague, with patients complaining of poorly localised pain around the cubital fossa which radiates up into the biceps muscle and down into the forearm.
Triceps and biceps muscle thickness across 12 weeks of resistance training (mean [+ or -] SD).
Riley said the surgery will be to repair damage in the area of the biceps muscle and not the shoulder itself.
Slowly lowering a hand-held weight during a biceps curl exercise, which gradually lengthens the biceps muscle, is an example of eccentric exercise.
They typically report immediate swelling in the antecubital fossa and a deformity of the biceps muscle.