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The three heads of the triceps
converge to a common tendon that begins near the middle of the
muscle. The tendon has two laminae, one superficial in the lower
half of the muscle, the other in its substance.
The two layers unite above the elbow and are attached, for the most part, to the upper surface of the olecranon. On the lateral side a band of fibres continues down over anconeus to blend with antebrachial fascia.
Three possible lesion localisations
can be differentiated :
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