·松NameSectionDate9Label the following parts of the shoulder joint in Figure 9.10.■ Biceps brachii tendonCoracohumeral ligamentGlenoid labrum■ Joint capsuleSubscapularis tendonSupraspinatus tendon■ Teres minor tendon■ Infraspinatus tendonFIGURE 9.10 shoulder joint: (A) lateral view; (B) anterior view; (C) posterior viewArticulations UNIT 9249

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Name
Section
Date
9
Label the following parts of the shoulder joint in Figure 9.10.
■ Biceps brachii tendon
Coracohumeral ligament
Glenoid labrum
■ Joint capsule
Subscapularis tendon
Supraspinatus tendon
■ Teres minor tendon
■ Infraspinatus tendon
FIGURE 9.10 shoulder joint: (A) lateral view; (B) anterior view; (C) posterior view
Articulations UNIT 9249
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·松 Name Section Date 9 Label the following parts of the shoulder joint in Figure 9.10. ■ Biceps brachii tendon Coracohumeral ligament Glenoid labrum ■ Joint capsule Subscapularis tendon Supraspinatus tendon ■ Teres minor tendon ■ Infraspinatus tendon FIGURE 9.10 shoulder joint: (A) lateral view; (B) anterior view; (C) posterior view Articulations UNIT 9249

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Joint capsule – It is also termed as articular capsule. It surrounds synovial joint.

Glenoid labrum – it is the rim attached around the margin of glenoid cavity in the shoulder blade. It is the fibrocartilaginous structure.

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Coracohumeral tendon – It strengthen the upper part of the capsule of the shoulder joint. It is broad ligament.

Biceps brachii tendon – when a heavy weight is carried in the arm it stabilizes the shoulder joint. It ...

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