Biceps tendon can be partial torn or completely torn. Partial tears do not completely sever the tendon. Complete tears however will split the tendon into two pieces.
Biceps tendon is usually injured at the elbow when the elbow is forced straight against resistance. It is less common to injure this tendon when the elbow is bent when dealing with resistance.
Elbow bursitis can occur from
Trauma: a blow to the tip of the elbow can cause the bursa to swell.
Extended pressure: Leaning on the tip of the elbow for long periods of time on hard surfaces.
Infection: The infected bursa due to insect bites, cuts, etc., produces fluid, redness, swelling, and pain.
Medical conditions: Some conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and gout are linked with elbow bursitis.
Elbow fractures derive from number of ways.
Direct blow to the elbow from a fall or being struck by a hard object can cause elbow fractures.
Indirect fracture can happen by landing on an outstretched arm. Sometimes a person can land on their wrists with their elbow locked out straight, which then causes the elbow fracture.
Golfer’s elbow is pain and inflammation on the inner side of your elbow, where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bony bump on the inside of your elbow.
Osteoarthritis of the elbow occurs when the cartilage surface of the elbow is damaged or becomes worn. This can happen caused by a previous injury such as elbow dislocation or fracture.
Tennis elbow is inflammation, soreness, or pain on the outside of the upper arm near the elbow. There may be a partial tear of the tendon fibers. The tear may be at or near where these fibers begin, on the outside of the elbow.
This injury is common in people who play a lot of tennis or other racquet sports Backhand is the most common stroke to cause tennis elbow symptoms. This condition may also be caused by constant computer keyboard and mouse use.