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Biceps Pathology

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The biceps is assessed with the Speed Test. This carried out with the shoulder inflection and resisted elbow flexion as demonstrated. The Yergason Test is preformed with the shoulder elevated and resisted supination of the forearm as demonstrated.
0:26 The O’Brien’s Test, which may also demonstrate a slap lesion, is preformed with the shoulder flexed, adducted, and internally rotated. The shoulder is then checked against resistance both in internal and external rotation as shown.


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