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LHBLuteinizing Hormone, Beta Polypeptide
LHBLonghorn Band
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LHBLittle Heartbeats, (support group; Chinley, UK)
LHBLine History Block
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Edema scores for gluteus maximus, long head of biceps femoris, and semimembranosus were significantly higher in IMNM than in MADD (all P = 0.000).
The incidence of the first branch of the CSA after passing through the triangular space was 11.4 % (4 cases) for infraspinatus, 5.7 % (2 cases) for teres major, 25.7 % (9 cases) for teres minor, 20.1 % (7 cases) for long head of biceps brachii, 25.7 % (9 cases) for subscapularis, and 11.4 % (4 cases) for subcutaneous tissue (Table I, Figs.
Srinivasan, "Anatomic Variations in the Long Head of Biceps: Contribution to Shoulder Dysfunction," Arthroscopy--Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery, vol.
Long head of biceps palpation at the level of the intertubercular groove not only plays a central role in the physical examination of patients who present with anterior shoulder pain but is also the primary means of localization for biceps tendon sheath injections.
Shoulder complaints rank third after back and knee problems in outpatient appointments and reports of its prevalence range from one-in-three people at some stage of their lives to more or less half the population experiencing at least one episode of shoulder pain in a year.1,2 The subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS) refers to a condition in which the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles or the subacromial bursa or long head of biceps are entrapped between the humeral head (HH) inferiorly and anterior acromion superiorly.2,3 The pathology of rotator cuff (RC) failure is multifactorial and results from a combination of intrinsic, extrinsic and environmental factors.4
For Type IV SLAP lesion the labral tear extends into the long head of biceps tendon (Snyder et al 2010).
Balasubramaniam, "The role of the long head of biceps brachii in the stabilization of the head of the humerus," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, no.
In all subjects, amplitude of the sEMG was decreased in the posterior part of deltoid (range: 12.8%-54.1%), the anterior part of deltoid (17.4%73.6%), and the long head of biceps (22.9%-80.0%).
The shoulder hyperextension, elicited by the IDC protocol, stretches the long head of biceps brachii muscle beyond its optimal length, leading to an inefficient actin-myosin coupling.
Similarly, with the shoulder in a neutral position, the long head of biceps (LHB) tendon sheath was evaluated by transverse and longitudinal scanning in the bicipital groove.