Biceps femoris long head architecture: a reliability and retrospective injury study.

@article{Timmins2015BicepsFL,
  title={Biceps femoris long head architecture: a reliability and retrospective injury study.},
  author={Ryan G Timmins and Anthony J Shield and Morgan David Williams and Christian H Lorenzen and David A. Opar},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2015},
  volume={47 5},
  pages={905-13}
}
PURPOSE This study aimed (i) to determine the reliability of two-dimensional ultrasonography for the assessment of biceps femoris long head (BFlh) architectural characteristics and (ii) to determine whether limbs with a history of strain injury in the BFlh display different architecture and eccentric strength compared to uninjured limbs. METHODS This case-control study (control [n = 20], injured group [n = 16], males) assessed the BFlh architecture at rest and during graded isometric… CONTINUE READING
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