medial border of scapula

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me·di·al bor·der of scap·u·la

[TA]
the edge of the scapula closest to the vertebral column, extending from superior angle to inferior angle.

me·di·al border of scap·u·la

[TA]
The edge of the scapula closest to the vertebral column; extends from the superior angle to the inferior angle
Synonym(s): margo medialis scapulae [TA] , vertebral border of scapula
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The coordinate system was constructed by identifying the center of the trigonum on the medial border of the scapula, the distal-most point, and the geometric center of the glenoid.
The rhomboids normally elevate and adduct the medial border of the scapula (they are antagonists of the serratus anterior) and, along with the levator scapula, rotate the scapula so that the inferior angle moves medially (2).

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