infraspinous


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infraspinous

[¦in·frə′spī·nəs]
(anatomy)
Below the spine of the scapula.
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Yet none of these Middenbeemster individuals possess lesions considered highly diagnostic for scurvy (i.e., porosity of the sphenoid greater wing, posterior maxilla, and scapular supraspinous and infraspinous fossae; see Klaus 2017; Schattmann et al.
The ultrasound images were taken from the inferior-most aspect of the superficial fascia to the most superior aspect of the infraspinous fossa, which appeared as a bright, continuous hyperechoic line spanning the width of the screen.
The prominent scapular spine (spina scapulae) divides the lateral surface into a smaller, smooth and elongated supraspinous fossa (fossa supraspinata) and a larger concave infraspinous fossa (fossa infraspinata) accompanies the most of the triangle.
A transfer of the latissimus dorsi to the infraspinous and supraspinous tendon was done on all of the patients.