Reattachment of the biceps to its anatomic location, as opposed to a more anterior central position, is critical in reestablishing native tendon biomechanics. Clinically, these findings would suggest that patients with a biceps repair might experience the most weakness in a supinated position without experiencing a deficit in the pronated forearm.
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