Clinical aspects of bicipital tendinitis

 Clinical aspects of bicipital tendinitis

  • • Anterior shoulder pain.
  • • Pain worsened with active shoulder movement.
  • • Positive Yergason’s maneuver and/or Speed’s test.
  • • Less pain with passive movement.
  • • Absence of swelling, redness, or warmth at shoulder joint.
  • • Focal tenderness when area overlying long head of biceps tendon is palpated ( Fig. 62.2 ).
  • • Frequently accompanies the impingement syndrome.
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