shoulder blade


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shoulder blade

[′shōl·dər ‚blād]
(anatomy)
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I attached a metal ball to her shoulder blade and then I fitted a plastic socket at the top of her arm.
Before learning he had suffered a broken shoulder blade, he said: "I get on well with Peter and a crash is a crash but I'm not a fan of him putting his elbow in.
This makes the space between the humerus and shoulder blade smaller, which includes your rotator cuff tendons, arm nerves and blood vessels.
The entirety of the flat shoulder blade should rest on the floor.
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.
I had more success locating the knots around the shoulder blade area than the lower back.
These knives also feature Tru-Sharp surgical steel blades with Scotch-Brite finish, Lazy Duck bolster, Carhartt silver finish shield in handle and a strong shoulder blade grind.
Everything about that find, including its legs, chest and a shoulder blade, point to a nearly humanlike gait for Lucy's species, he says.
Strike Out Sore Shoulder I'm a long-time softball player, but unexplained pain under my left shoulder blade is ruining my season.
Bend your arm at a 90[degrees] angle with your body Squeeze the shoulder blade in and rotate your arm up, keeping your elbow pressed into your waist.
A member of the public came to his aid and he was taken to North Tyneside General Hospital, where he discovered he had fractured his shoulder blade.
Mills crashed on the Moelltaler glacier yesterday, and was flown by helicopter to a hospital in Lienz, where she was diagnosed with a fractured right shoulder blade.