Anatomy of the distal biceps brachii
tendon and its clinical relevance.
 In the present case, the area where plaque and screw angulated under the scarred and contracted skin in the elbow joint which is the most common location of the wound dehiscence was covered with the biceps brachii
muscle and by this way; direct contact of the instruments with the skin was prevented.
Sweiter and Carmichael  emphasised that the incidence of additional heads of biceps brachii
is more on the right side reflecting the fact that there were more right-handed people than the left handed and that the muscle fibre developed with use.
Rupture of the biceps brachii
tendon is relatively uncommon.
The same test was repeated after 1 week on the biceps brachii
and rectus femoris muscles.
[R.sub.muscles] (muscles = PM, AD, MD, PD), the standardized coefficients between the strength at elbow and the activation of muscles (pectoralis major(PM), anterior deltoid (AD), intermediate deltoid (MD), posterior deltoid (PD)); [R.sub.muscles] (muscles = BB, TB, BR), the standardized coefficients between the strength at shoulder and the activation of muscles (biceps brachii
(BB), triceps brachii (TB), brachioraialis (BR)).
Finally, the scope of the investigation was restricted to isometric exertions with force produced by the biceps brachii
muscle occurring at an elbow flexion angle of 90[degrees].
Hence, it is difficult to recommend one procedure over the other, especially if the quantification of the potential deficit of the biceps brachii
muscle function cannot be performed [8-11].
Caption: FIGURE 3: Hematoxylin-Eosin (H&E) staining of the biceps brachii
The tip of the CP and the conjoined tendons (the short head of the biceps brachii
and the coracobrachialis) were identified, and after splitting the tendons in line with the fibers, the CP was fully exposed.
In terms of some of the more frequently biopsied muscles, type 2 fiber predominance would then be defined as approximately more than 55% in the biceps femoris, more than 70% in the biceps brachii
, more than 73% in the vastus lateralis, and more than 59% in the deltoid.
El biceps brachii
es un musculo ubicado en el compartimiento flexor del brazo, presenta dos cabezas cuyas inserciones proximates son: para la cabeza larga, el tuberculo supragtenoideo de la escapula y para la cabeza corta, el proceso coracoides de la escapula, donde comparte insercion con el musculo coracobrachiatis.