shoulder blade


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shoulder blade

[′shōl·dər ‚blād]
(anatomy)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To become aware of how your shoulder blades are moving, try scapular clocks: Imagine that your shoulder blade is sitting in the middle of a clock.
"In a normal shoulder the ball is formed at the top of the arm and this glides around a 'socket' on the shoulder blade.
WORLD champion Peter Sagan has been disqualified from the Tour de France for causing the horror crash that broke Mark Cavendish's shoulder blade.
The swing bowler, 33, sustained a stress fracture in the right shoulder blade in the third Test against Sri Lanka at Lord's earlier this month.
Mark Brady and Michael l it was found that Mr Arnold had suffered three stab wounds to his chest, left arm pit and left shoulder blade and had bleeding into his chest cavity.
The first I knew of this was when I felt a succession of hot needle-like stings on my shoulder blade. Instinct kicked in - I needed to stop the pain, so whipped off my top so the little git could escape.
Rows target the muscles that squeeze the shoulder blade back.
I have focused on arrow penetration since I hit a whitetail buck in the shoulder blade with a 450-grain arrow and a 3-blade Montec at 20 yards.
Vernon Philander had recovered from a shoulder blade strain and was available for selection for the second ODI in Durban on Sunday, but Imran Tahir remained in doubt for the match, the report added.