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Bicep Tendonitis

The biceps muscle at the front of the upper arm, used to raise the arm and bend the elbow, is attached to both the shoulder and the elbow by means of tendons, tough cords of a connective tissue called collagen. Tendons pull on bones when muscles are contracted, causing movement of the bone. If the tendon is injured it can cause pain or inflammation. This condition is called biceps tendonitis, although it may also be known as tendinopathy if there is pain but no inflammation.

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