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coracoid

[′kȯr·ə‚kȯid]
(anatomy)
One of the paired bones on the posterior-ventral aspect of the pectoral girdle in vertebrates.
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Variations of third head of biceps may present as a group of accessory fascicles arising from the coracoid process, the pectoralis major tendon, head of humerus, articular capsule of humerus or from shaft of humerus itself.
SICK scapula is an acronym that stands for Scapular malposition, Inferior medial border prominence, Coracoid pain and malposition, and dysKinesis of scapular movement.
In SOV MR images, SSB typically appeared as a saddlebag-shaped hyperintense area between the inferior surface of the coracoid process and the superior margin of the SSC [Figure 1]d.
Along its caudal course, the coracoid major artery and the intercostal artery branched off from the thoracic artery.
Vertebrae are affected in approximately 10% of all cases, while the humerus, acetabulum, talus, calcaneus, metacarpus and scapula, together with coracoid process (CP) represent atypical localizations (7,9,10).
The coracoid drill holes were prepared using the Mitek Latarjet system (DePuy Mitek, Inc.
Radiography demonstrated a left distal clavicular fracture (type 2b according to Craig's classification and type 3B1 according to Robinson's classification) with an avulsion fracture of the coracoid attachment of the CCL [9] (Figure 1(a)).
Ensure humeral head and Can you prevent the coracoid shoulder blade, are in rolling or tilting forward?
The information on the coracoid or on the elements of the pelvic girdle, bones of the fore and hind limbs and caudal vertebrae of basal members Eucryptodira is, as indicated, also very limited.
The two heads of the biceps originate from the coracoid (short head) and the supraglenoid tubercle of the humerous (long head), coalescing into a uniform muscle as they traverse the midpoint of the humerus (Figures 11,12A).
The acromion process is completely broken off, but there is a portion of the base of the coracoid process present.
The suprascapular notch is a depression on the lateral part of superior border of scapula running medial to the coracoid process.