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English: The intertubercular groove or also known as the bicipital sulcus is a deep groove that begins between the two tubercles and extends longitudinally down the proximal shaft of the humerus.
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Source https://docjana.com/Humerus-3d-Anatomy/
Author Doctor Jana

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Bicipital sulcus or intertubercular groove

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