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The biceps femoris is the lateral hamstring, comprised of a long head and short head.
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Biceps Femoris

The biceps femoris is the lateral muscle group of the hamstrings and contributes to hip extension and knee flexion. This muscle is located in the posterior compartment of the thigh, innervated by the tibial nerve, comprises about 3.9% of thigh muscle mass, and is mainly composed of type I fibers.

Brent Brookbush

Brent Brookbush

DPT, PT, MS, CPT, HMS, IMT

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