Starting at the top of the Shoulder, the tendon of the long head of the biceps runs in front of the arm, the tendon passes within the bicipital groove of the arm and is held in place by the transverse humeral ligament. This arrangement keeps the humeral head from sliding too far up within the shoulder. The short head of the biceps connects on the scapula. The lower biceps tendon is called the distal biceps tendon, meaning it is attaching further down the arm and will attach at the elbow. The muscles forming the short and long heads of the biceps stay separate until just before the elbow, where they meet and attach at the distal biceps tendon. Now, what exactly is a tendon and what is going on in the body? Tendons are made up of strands called COLLAGEN. The collagen strands are formed up in bundles next to each other.
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