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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 ...


A detailed chart showing normal anatomy of the Shoulder as well as common injuries. Each illustration is clealy labeled and injuries are textually described. Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder illustrates the following normal anatomy: Anterior view showing muscles, bones, liagments, nerves, veins and arterires. Anterior ...


Nov 22, 2017 ... How does your shoulder work? Discover more about your shoulder anatomy and function from the experts at Advanced Orthopaedic Centers here.


Category: Human Dissection Labs, Human Dissection Labs, Pre-Clinical, Pre- Medical, Regional Anatomy, Upper Limb, Upper Limb, Upper Limb Tags: acromioclavicular joint, acromion, axillary nerve, clavicle, deltoid, dissection, edge of scapula, humerus, infraspinatus tendon, posterior shoulder, scapula, scapular spine, ...


Shoulder. Brian J. Cole, M.D., and Leonid l. Katolik, MD. 1. Anatomy. 142. A. Osteology. The shoulder is a complex structural unit composed of three bones— the clavicle, scapula, and humerus—and four articulations—— the acromioclavicular (AC), sternoclavicular. (SC), scapulothoracic (ST), and glenonohumeral.


The healthy shoulder is a complex structure of bones, muscles, ligaments ( connect bone to bone), tendons (connect muscle to bone), and cartilage. The bones that form the shoulder joint are the humerus (upper arm bone) and the scapula (shoulder blade). The top end of the humerus has a large round surface called the ...


Oct 7, 2017 ... This is one of the best shoulder anatomy videos around. Once you have a better understanding of the anatomy of the shoulder then you can start to explore.


Jun 7, 2015 ... In this episode we'll go over the simple structure and the anatomical details of both the clavicle and scapula.


The first step to developing a comprehensive shoulder US examination is a thorough understanding of the anatomy. In this review of shoulder US technique, key shoulder anatomy will be emphasized. This will be followed by a description of step-by-step US technique that can be effective in evaluating the shoulder. This is ...