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By Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea De Vita (eds.)

The function of this Atlas is to concentration the reader's consciousness on a chain of bone, ligament, muscle and tendon constructions and ultrastructures that experience now not thus far been mentioned other than within the most up-to-date foreign literature and in expert journals. This Atlas additionally provides super high-definition pictures of "targeted" sections got from cadavers preserved utilizing cutting-edge techniques.

The authors' goal is to offer the shoulder anatomy in a brand new and unique approach and, utilizing an easy yet devoted descriptive language, to assist the reader comprehend the complexity of medical study, highlighting the significance of integrating anatomical, biomechanical and neurophysiological knowledge.

The textual content is meant as a supplement to the newest and present anatomical reviews in clinical learn, bringing out the significance of these miniscule buildings to which targeted and transparent mechanical and neurological roles at the moment are being attributed.

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As a result, the articular surface of the distal clavicle is prone to compressive failure, as seen in osteolysis of the distal clavicle in weightlifters. Failure of the disc to accommodate both articular surfaces congruently may explain the high rate of early degenerative changes observed in this joint [3]. The intraarticular disc (meniscus) varies in size and shape. DePalma et al. [4], Petersson [5] and Salter et al. [6] have all demonstrated that with age this meniscal homologue undergoes rapid degeneration, until it is no longer functional beyond the 4th decade [7].

From its origin at the brachial plexus, the suprascapular nerve runs as a mixed motor and sensory peripheral nerve toward the suprascapular notch, where it passes underneath the superior transverse ligament. Here, the suprascapular nerve releases a motor branch that usually innervates the supraspinatus muscle with two branches. The suprascapular nerve then travels around the lateral margin of the base of the scapular spine, passing the spinoglenoid notch, and enters the infraspinatus fossa. At the spinoglenoid notch the nerve may be covered with the spinoglenoid ligament, also known as the inferior transverse scapular ligament.

9 mm). An arterial vessel is constantly present on the posterior surface of the ligament, coming from the coracoid and circulating upward; this is a branch of the suprascapular artery. It is in relation, above, with the clavicle and the lower surface of the deltoid muscle; below, it is indirectly in contact with the tendon of the supraspinatus muscle, a bursa being interposed. Its lateral border is continuous with a dense lamina that passes beneath the deltoid on the tendons of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus.

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