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Scapula Anatomy

 Scapula Bony Anatomy - Anterior view

 

Scapula Bony Anatomy - Anterior view

  1. Coracoid process
  2. Suprascapular notch
  3. Superior border of scapula
  4. Superior angle of scapula
  5. Medial border of scapula
  6. Inferior angle of scapula
  7. Subscapular fossa
  8. Lateral border of scapula
  9. Neck
  10. Glenoid
  11. Acromion

 

 Scapula Muscular Attachments- Anterior view

Scapula Muscular Attachments- Anterior view

  1. Serratus anterior
  2. Subscapularis
  3. Omohyoid
  4. Conoid ligament origin
  5. Trapezoid ligament origin
  6. Pectoralis minor
  7. Coracobrachialis and Biceps (short head)
  8. Triceps (long head)
  9. Deltoid
Scapula Bony Anatomy- Posterior view

Scapula Bony Anatomy- Posterior view

  1. Acromion
  2. Acromial angle
  3. Suprascapular notch
  4. Superior border of scapula
  5. Superior angle of scapula
  6. Supraspinatus fossa
  7. Spine of scapula
  8. Glenoid neck
  9. Glenoid
  10. Lateral border of scapula
  11. Infraspinatus fossa
  12. Medial border of scapula
  13. Inferior angle of scapula
Scapula Muscular Attachments - Posterior view

Scapula Muscular Attachments - Posterior view

  1. Trapezoid ligament origin
  2. Conoid ligament origin
  3. Trapezius
  4. Omohyoid
  5. Supraspinatus
  6. Levator Scapulae
  7. Rhomboid minor
  8. Rhomboid major
  9. Latismus Dorsi
  10. Teres major
  11. Infraspinatus
  12. Teres minor
  13. Triceps (long head)
  14. Deltoid
Scapula - Superior view

Scapula - Superior view

  1. Acromion
  2. Acromial angle
  3. Spine of scapula
  4. Supraspinatus fossa
  5. Suprascapular notch
  6. Coracoid process
  7. Glenoid neck
  8. Glenoid
Scapula - Lateral View

Scapula - Lateral View

  1. Coracobrachialis and Biceps (short head)
  2. Coracoid process
  3. Supraglenoid tubercle - Biceps (long head)
  4. Glenoid
  5. Deltoid origin on acromion
  6. Scapular spine

 

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