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Biceps Tendon. The biceps tendon attaches the biceps muscle to the bone at the top of the shoulder socket. It sits in a groove at the front of the humerus. Coracoacromial Ligament. The coracoacromial ligament is a bridge ligament attaching the acromion bone end to the coracoid process. Bursa. Between the rotator cuff ...


The shoulder joint is a high claimed and important mobile joint of the human body. Read more about this interesting joint in this article!


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Movements of the human shoulder represent the result of a complex dynamic interplay of structural bony anatomy and biomechanics, static ligamentous and tendinous restraints, and dynamic muscle forces. Injury to 1 or more of these components through overuse or acute trauma disrupts this complex interrelationship and ...


May 1, 2016 ... Shoulder joint Dr Rajesh Arora M.B.B.S, M.S.(ANATOMY) Professor Department of Anatomy S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur.


Atlas of Shoulder MRI Anatomy: detailled anatomy; coronal T1-weighted Images, Sagittal T1-weighted Images and Axial T2-weighted FATSAT images.


The shoulder is a complex combination of bones and joints where many muscles act to provide the widest range of motion of any part of the body. Numerous muscles help stabilize the three joints of the shoulder while giving it motion.


The shoulder is one of the most flexible and moveable joints in the entire body. There are three bones that join together to create the shoulder joint, the upper part of the arm bone known as the humerus, the bone of the shoulder blade known as the scapula, and the collarbone known as the clavicle. These bones work ...


Shoulder Anatomy The shoulder allows for a wide range of movement. Any time you shrug your shoulders, raise your hands, or reach for anything, you're taking advantage of the fact that your shoulder joints allow for a lot of movement. This is possible because of bones, ligaments, muscles, and tendons working together in  ...