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scapular

 [skap´u-lar]
pertaining to the scapula.

scap·u·lar

(skap'yū-lăr),
Relating to the scapula.

scapular

(skăp′yə-lər)
n.
One of the feathers covering the shoulder of a bird.
adj. also scapulary (-lĕr′ē) Anatomy
Of or relating to the shoulder or scapula.

scapular

adjective Referring to the scapula, see there.

scap·u·lar

(skap'yū-lăr)
Relating to the scapula.

scapular,

adj pertaining to the region of the scapulae.

scapular

pertaining to the scapula.
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Scapular measurements can be used for comparative anatomy, for surgical procedures and for manufacturing prosthetics.
Interestingly, the long thoracic nerve on this individual arose from the C6 and C7 nerve roots only with an aberrant communicating branch between the dorsal scapular and the long thoracic nerves.
There was no significant change in scapular plane abduction strength between pre-test and post-test on strength assessment day in CycSG (p>0.
Yoshiya, "Endoscopically assisted resection of a scapular osteochondroma causing snapping scapula syndrome," World Journal of Surgical Oncology, vol.
With the aim of studying the presence of scapular resting position abnormality and gleno-humeral movement dysfunction in asymptomatic racquet players, the objectives of the study were to compare the scapular resting position and gleno-humeral range of motion between the dominant and non-dominant shoulder of the asymptomatic racquet players and to compare the scapular resting position and gleno-humeral range of motion of the dominant shoulder between the asymptomatic racquet players and non-racquet players.
Benedict's medal shows the gray area between officially approved Catholic sacramentals-medals, scapulars and other similar objects-and folk amulets.
The authors of this paper have previously hypothesised that nerve traction injury to the shoulder results in scapular dyskinesis of the injured side (Kawasaki et al 2012).
8) to ensure similar anthropometrics and tested in scapular plane abduction without any artificial external constraints from 20[degrees] to 70[degrees] with the full mass of the upper extremity.
sup][5],[6] Some investigations have described how scapular osteochondroma results in "winged scapular," but mass effect caused by scapula osteochondroma was never reported.
In recent literature, SIS has been described as a group of symptoms rather than a specific diagnosis5 and the causative factors are identified as trauma, daily wear and tear, repetitive use, age-related degeneration, RC dysfunction, scapular muscle weakness and dysfunction, imbalance between the concentrically activated agonist and eccentrically activated antagonist, posterior capsular tightness (PCT ),6,7 glenohumeral instability, postural abnormalities and scapular dyskinesis.