Spontaneous dislocation and destruction of tendon of long head of biceps brachii.
What does LHB stand for?
LHB stands for Long Head of Bicep (anatomy)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Aim: To evaluate the anatomic basis of the O'Brien test for SLAP lesions (specifically, to quantify the active and passive tension in the long head of biceps during the O'Brien test).
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.
In five cases of simultaneous injury, De Smet and Best (2000) reported the long head of biceps femoris as the primary site of injury with semitendinosus being the secondary site of injury (Table 1).