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Biceps brachii
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The biceps is a twa-heidit muscles an is ane o the chief flexors o the foreairm. Here as seen on the left.
Origin Short heid: coracoid process o the scapula.
Lang heid: supraglenoid tubercle
Insertion Radial tuberosity an bicipital aponeurosis intae deep fascia on medial pairt o foreairm
Artery Brachial artery
Nerve Musculocutaneous nerve (C5–C6)
Actions Flexes elbow, flexes an abducts shouder an supinates radioulnar joint in the foreairm
Antagonist Triceps brachii muscle
Laitin musculus biceps brachii
TA A04.6.02.013
FMA 37670
Anatomical terms o muscle

In human anatomy, the biceps brachii (/ˈbsɛps ˈbræki./), commonly kent as the biceps, is a twa-heidit muscle that lies on the upper airm atween the shouder an the elbae.