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During routine shoulder arthroscopy for anterior shoulder instability we came across this interesting finding—our patient had a completely extra synovial biceps tendon. The tendon was easily seen during the arthroscopy and this rare variant of the biceps tendon was appreciated. The biceps maintained its attachment to the superior glenoid tubercle and appeared to function normally as well. This anatomic variant was quite interesting to see and we hope that you appreciate the simple beauty of this rare finding. View the accompanying video at www.arthroscopyjournal.org
. Courtesy of David A. McCall, M.D., and Mark Getelman, M.D.