What Is the Function of the Scapula?


The spatula aids in upper limb movement and stability. It is triangular in shape, is slightly curved and connects the upper arm bone with the collar bone. It has 2 surfaces, 3 borders and 3 angles.
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Scapula or shoulder blade is the bone that connects the humerus with the clavicle. - from Wikipedia.
The scapula is the mobile bone to which most shoulder muscles are
They provide motion in all directions, IE: "5 Axis" movement potential. Source(s) My big fat head.
The scapula is the bone that connects the humerus (arm bone) with the clavicle (collar bone).
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The scapula is commonly referred to as the shoulder blade. It connects the humerus bone of the arm to the collarbone. There are only three muscles that are responsible for the movement of the shoulder blade. The trapezius muscle implants into the collarbone...
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The major function of shoulder girdle it to provide flexibility. It consists of articulation between the clavicle, scapula and the proximal end of the humerus ...
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