musculus biceps brachii

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Noun1.musculus biceps brachii - a muscle that flexes and supinates the forearmmusculus biceps brachii - a muscle that flexes and supinates the forearm
arm - a human limb; technically the part of the superior limb between the shoulder and the elbow but commonly used to refer to the whole superior limb
biceps - any skeletal muscle having two origins (but especially the muscle that flexes the forearm)
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For instance, Cochrane (2016b) analyzed the acute effects of local vibration applied to the biceps brachii muscle for 10 min versus a control condition (i.e., no vibration) on mechanical power output during submaximal biceps curls (50% one-repetition maximum) in national-level master athletes (field hockey).
It coursed anterolateral to the short head of biceps brachii muscle and crossed the neurovascular bundles in the arm, especially the median nerve (Fig.
In this article, we have presented a case of gunshot injury that underwent elbow arthrodesis and tissue coverage by the way of reconstruction with biceps brachii muscle flap.
The Company recently announced preliminary results from Part 1 of the FSHD trial with mean total volume increases of over 12% in the tibialis anterior and biceps brachii muscle cohorts.
The biceps brachii muscle belongs to the flexor group of muscle in the arm.
Biceps brachii muscle illness is one of the common physical disabilities that requires rehabilitation exercises in order to build up the strength of the biceps brachii muscle after surgery.
Ulasli et al., "An unusual metastasis of lung adenocarcinoma: biceps brachii muscle," Lung India, vol.
Recovery of the biceps brachii muscle (elbow flexion strength) stopped at MMTgrade 2; thus, the modified SLM procedure was performed one year and five months after the injury.
Merletti, "Repeatability of surface EMG variables during voluntary isometric contractions of the biceps brachii muscle," Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, vol.
LLLT was applied at four points to the dominant upper limb of the subjects on the belly of the biceps brachii muscle. Delineation was done using a measuring tape from the elbow joint line to the acromion marked at points corresponding to 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% of this distance, focusing the application on the muscle belly region, thereby excluding the tendinous region.
The average contractile force of the biceps brachii muscle (mean muscle load) was set at 25% of the maximum voluntary isometric force.
The intersection point of the biceps brachii muscle with the lower border of the pectoralis major muscle is defined as the proximal level (P).