bicep


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bicep

(bī′sĕp′)
n. Usage Problem
A biceps, especially of the front upper arm.
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The Bicep group said in their original paper that dust could be a factor, and the Planck group says Bicep may still have something.
That polarization can take on a twirling pattern identical to the one BICEP researchers sought in the CMB to support the theory of inflation.
When you sustain a SLAP lesion, your superior labrum detaches from the biceps tendon.
In this case, we suspected the diagnosis was disseminated tuberculosis with distal biceps tendon rupture.
A diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound revealed an empty tendon sheath of the long head of the biceps in the bicipital groove and a retracted echogenic stump with associated hematoma at the proximal musculotendinous junction.
While the size of his biceps has led people to refer to him as the "Russian Popeye," doctors have raised concerns that he might one day end up losing his arms if he keeps using the chemical.
The long biceps tendon arises mainly from the supraglenoid tubercle and partly from the superior glenoid labrum, passes through the glenohumeral joint, and enters the intertubercular groove.
Absence of the long head of the biceps (LHB) tendon is a very unusual anomaly.
With Johnson in serious actor mode, it's difficult to tell where his biceps end and his performance begins.
The long head of the biceps (LHB) tendon arises from the posterior superior glenoid labrum and the supraglenoid tubercle and is ensheathed by synovial lining allowing it to be intra-articular yet extrasynovial [1, 2].
The club said that the 27-year-old has been diagnosed with a muscular injury in the right femoral biceps.