LHBTLong Head of the Biceps Tendon (orthopedics)
LHBTLactose Hydrogen Breath Test
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Six out of 11 patients tested positive for LHBT at baseline, and two out of six patients turned negative after 8 weeks of probiotic treatment (Table 3).
Second, LHBT is associated with the possibility of false positives in patients with fast bowel movements [6].
Abbreviations IBS: Irritable bowel syndrome SIBO: Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth FC: Fecal calprotectin LHBT: Lactulose hydrogen breath test NGS: Next-generation sequencing FAS: Full analysis set PPS: Per protocol set.
The aim of this study is to investigate the supination and flexion strength of the elbow joint--the main function of the biceps brachii muscle--from a large cohort of healthy participants without a history of LHBT injury.
A total of 105 participants (55 men, mean age: 50.6 [+ or -] 21.9 years; 50 women, mean age: 53.6 [+ or -] 21.7 years) without any shoulder pathologies, especially of the LHBT, were enrolled.
This study generated gender specific reference values for the supination and flexion strength of the elbow joint for LHBT healthy adults aged 20 and above.
For the Lactose Hydrogen Breath Test (LHBT), participants were instructed to fast overnight for at least 10 hours before the LHBT.
The agreement between LHBT and molecular analysis was assessed.
Of the 52 participants, 42 (81%) had positive LHBT and were considered LM.
Two anatomical landmarks were used to localize the LHBT.
Collectively, the results support the intrinsic anatomical relations between these landmarks and the LHBT groove.
The long head of the biceps tendon (LHBT) can be a source of pain or shoulder dysfunction [11].