glenoid


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glenoid

[′gle‚nȯid]
(anatomy)
A smooth, shallow, socketlike depression, particularly of the skeleton.
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The descriptions of the origin of the long head of the biceps brachii tendon (LHBBT) in the majority of texbooks texts and in anatomical works show disagreements, in special, as the relationships of the tendon with the glenoid labrum of the scapula.
Direct the central ray at the glenoid humeral joint through the level of the axilla and as close to the patient's body as possible.
Keywords : Shoulder, glenoid, bone geometry, apparent density, elastic modulus, finite element model.
The rotator cuff is a structure composed of tendons that, with associated muscles, holds the ball at the top of the humerus in the glenoid socket and provides mobility and strength to the shoulder joint.
They have started with the shoulder joint, where the knobbed end of the upper arm bone - the humerus -- fits into the concave glenoid cavity, a shallow "socket" along the upper, outer edge of the shoulder blade.
The scapula is like those of Rana and differs from Bufo and Scaphiopus in that the coracoid articular process is close to the clavicular articular process, which creates a narrow glenoid opening.
Manual reduction may be difficult to reduce after certain period because of fibrous tissue within glenoid fossa.
Treatments through Invossa will be done through injecting healthy human allogenic cartilage cells into the glenoid cavity of the knee and will not require surgical treatments.
Afterwards, circumferential exposure of the glenoid was performed and the bicipital tendon was tenotomized and excised, completing the biceps tendon resection.
The muscle begins as a tendon attached to the top of the glenoid bone, which is the cup portion of your shoulder joint.