conoid tubercle (of clavicle)

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co·noid tu·ber·cle (of clavicle)

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the prominence near the lateral end of the inferior surface of the clavicle that gives attachment to the conoid ligament.
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This may be because the tunnel direction becomes diagonal rather than vertical relative to the outer coracoid process anatomically when clavicle tunnels are placed near the conoid process, which leads to ineffective scapuloclavicular biomechanics.