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Name the border lying between the superior angle and glenoid cavity. Superior border
Name the angle lying between the vertebral border and lateral border Inferior angle
Name the border that lies between the superior and inferior angles. Medial border
Name the border that lies between the glenoid cavity and the inferior angle. Lateral border
Name the angle that is situated between the superior and medial borders. Superior angle
What is another name for the medial border? Vertebral border
What is another name for the anterior surface? Costal surface
Name the three fossae of the scapula. Infraspinous, Subscapular and Supraspinous
Name the three angles of the scapula. Inferior, Lateral and Superior
The shoulder girdle is formed by what? The clavicle and scapula
Name the three parts of the clavicle Acromial and Sternal extremity, body
Which end of the clavicle articulates with the manubrium of the sternum? The sternal extremity
Which shoulder girdle articulation lies between the glenoid cavity and the humerus head? Scapulohumeral articulation
Name the three joints of the shoulder girdle. Scapulohumeral, Acromioclavicular, Sternoclavicular
What type of joint is the scapulohumeral? Ball & Socket
What type of joint is the acromioclavicular? Gliding
What type of joint is the sternoclavicular? Synovial
The sternoclavicular articulation involves which two bones? Manubrium and first rib cartilage
Which way is the hand positioned for an AP projection of the elbow? Supinated
For the lateral projection of the elbow, how should the hand be adjusted? Lateral with thumb side up
How much medial rotation of the elbow is needed to position it for an AP oblique projection? 45 degrees
Which projection of the elbow best demonstrates the radial head free of bony superimposition? AP oblique, lateral rotation position
How much should the elbow be flexed for the lateral projection of the elbow? 90 degrees
With reference to the body of the scapula, where is the coracoid process located? Lateral and superior
Which shoulder projection best demonstrates the greater tubercle of the humerus? AP projection with external rotation
How should the CR be directed for a PA oblique projection (scapular Y) of the shoulder? Perpendicular to the IR
How many degrees and in which direction should the CR be directed for a PA axial projection of the clavicle? 15 - 30 degrees caudad
Grashey glenoid cavity in profile
Cleaves Glenohumeral joint demonstrated
Alexander 15 degrees cephalad to coracoid process
Laquerriere - Pierquin 45 degrees caudal to scapular spine
What is another name for the lateral border of the scapula? Axillary
Created by: rad1958tech