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Chapter 19 Video 1: Open Biceps Subpectoral Tenodesis: Operative Tips to Safely Restore Function and Comesis

May 02, 2016

Contributors: Anthony A Romeo, MD; Mandeep Virk, MD

The open biceps subpectoral tenodesis procedure involves bony tenodesis of the long head of biceps (LHB) tendon at subpectoral location. The skin incision in the anterior axillary fold provides excellent cosmesis. The diseased intra articular and inter tubercular portion of the LHBT is removed eliminating pain generators in the bicipital groove. The remaining tendon is tenodesed into a bone tunnel restoring the length tension relationship and function of the LHBT.

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