Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Interventional Pain
The biceps tendon functions as a weak elbow flexor and a powerful forearm supinator.
The long head biceps tendon helps to keep the glenohumeral joint stable.
In the short clip below the sonongrapher traces the biceps tendon up to the groove of the humerus and then turns in 90 degrees to visualize the longitudinal view.
Cross-section and Longitudinal
The Distal Biceps tendon is less commonly injected. Below is a short video labeling the sono-anatomy of the Pronator Window, used to identify the tendon.
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