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Scapula Structure is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Scapula Structure books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder
- SCAPULOCOSTAL JOINT. The shoulder blade, or the scapula, is the basic structure that supports the arm against the thoracic wall.
- Bones: Relating Structure and Function
- Bones: Relating Structure and Function.
- Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder Complex
- of the joint.4 The major ligamentous structure stabilizing the joint and binding the clavicle to the scapula is the coracocla- vicular ligament.
- Musculoskeletal Examination: General Principles and Detailed
- scapula, humerus & clavicle. • Held together by ligaments & intricate web of muscles. • Tremendous range of motion→ “golf ball on a tee” structure.
- TNH -6000 Evaluating Skeletal Structure of Horses
- The skeletal structure provides Cervical vertebrae. 9. Cartilage of scapula.
Suggested Web Resources
- Scapula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Structure. [edit.
- Anatomy Tutorial 4 (Scapula and Bone Structure: part 1) - YouTube
- Aug 28, 2007 Anatomy Tutorial 4 (Scapula and Bone Structure:...by hyperhighs12305 views · Thumbnail 7:27. Add to.
- Anatomy Tutorial 4 (Scapula and Bone Structure: part 2) - YouTube
- Aug 31, 2007 Scapula and Bone Structure.
- II. Osteology. 6a. 2. The Scapula (Shoulder Blade). Gray, Henry
- 205– Left scapula. Lateral view. (See enlarged image).
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