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bicipital

 [bi-sip´ĭ-t'l]
having two heads; pertaining to a biceps muscle.

bi·cip·i·tal

(bī-sip'i-tăl),
1. Two-headed.
2. Relating to a biceps muscle.
[bi- + L. caput, head]

bicipital

/bi·cip·i·tal/ (bi-sip´ĭ-t'l) having two heads; pertaining to a biceps muscle.

bicipital

(bī-sĭp′ĭ-tl)
adj.
1. Having two heads or points of origin, as a muscle.
2. Of or relating to a biceps.

bicipital

adjective Referring to 2 heads or origins of a muscle; pertaining to the biceps muscle—e.g., bicipital furrows, the depressions on either side of the biceps of the arm.

botany
Dividing into 2 parts at one extremity; having two heads or two supports, as in a bicipital tree.

bi·cip·i·tal

(bī-sipi-tăl)
1. Two-headed.
2.Relating to a biceps muscle.
[bi- + L. caput, head]

bicipital

Pertaining to the biceps.

bicipital

having two heads; pertaining to a biceps muscle.

bicipital bursa
lies between the tendon of the biceps brachii muscle and the bicipital groove of the humerus. See also intertuberal bursa.
bicipital bursitis
inflammation of the bicipital bursa over the point of the shoulder where the tendon of the biceps bends over the humerus. Usually follows trauma and is characterized by a reduced stride, circumduction and dropped elbow. Forced extension of the limb and deep palpation of the joint causes pain.
bicipital tendon
tendon of the biceps muscle.
bicipital tenosynovitis
inflammation of the bicipital tendon and its sheath; characterized by shoulder lameness and sometimes calcification of the tendon and osteophytes in the intertubercular groove are observed on x-rays.
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2) Injury to the biceps most often occurs in middle-aged men following a traumatic sudden eccentric bicipital contraction event, during which most patients describe a snapping or popping sensation.
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.
Mobilisation of adhesions at posterior shoulder and LH of biceps in the bicipital groove should be included in the rehabilitation process.
38-40) Of note, the tendon rarely retracts significantly into the arm because it is partially tethered by the bicipital aponeurosis, also known as the lacertus fibrosis.
The same research assistant measured bicipital, tricipital, subscapular, and suprailiac subcutaneous folds with a skinfold caliper (Caliper Deluxe 116-780, AMG Medical Inc.
There was tenderness in bicipital groove due to biceps tendinitis.
El paciente debe realizar una elevacion anterior de hombro con codo extendido y mano en supinacion, mientras el evaluador resiste el movimiento: el test es positivo si existe dolor a nivel del tendon bicipital (11,13).
Subjects with high-level TFA lose much of the short head of the BF, thus changing the muscle from bicipital to unicipital.
5 cm), gel electrodes (PALS Platinum, neuro stimulation electrodes, model J10R00, Axelgaard manufacturing, Denmark) were positioned with surface cathode over the motor point of BB and the surface anode placed over the bicipital tendon (inter electrodes distance 6 cm).
Para la estimacion del porcentaje de grasa corporal se midieron los pliegues bicipital, tricipital, subescapular y suprailiaco usando un adipometro digital marca Skyndex, System I[R] ([+ o -]0,1 mm) (Caldwell, Justiss & Co.
As dobras cutaneas medidas foram a triciptal, supra-iliaca, Bicipital e subescapular, e para a estimativa do percentual de gordura utilizou-se a equacao proposta por Deurenberg (1991), foi feito por meio da formula da seguinte maneira: [%Gordura = 1,20 (IMC) + 0,23 (Idade) - 10,8 (Sexo) - 5,4].