scapulohumeral


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scapulohumeral

 [skap″u-lo-hu´mer-al]
pertaining to the scapula and humerus.

scap·u·lo·hu·mer·al

(skap'yū-lō-hyū'mĕr-ăl),
Relating to both scapula and humerus.
See also: glenohumeral.

scapulohumeral

(skăp′yə-lō-hyo͞o′mər-əl)
adj.
Relating to, characterizing, or affecting the scapula and the humerus.

scap·u·lo·hu·mer·al

(skap'yū-lō-hyū'mĕr-ăl)
Relating to both scapula and humerus.
See also: glenohumeral
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To compare the activation of the muscles of the right scapulohumeral rhythm, and synergists in different movements and speeds, on land and in water for extrapolation to clinical practice.
This seems to show that the posterior scapular tilt follows the increase of the thoracohumeral angle, demonstrating advantages not only towards stability of the shoulder girdle but also for the force-length relationship of the scapulohumeral muscles (Borsa et al., 2003).
In contrast to the capsular AC ligaments, these ligaments are vital to vertical stability of the joint and also serve to guide synchronous scapulohumeral motion by attaching the clavicle to the scapula.
(3,4) This is not necessary to demonstrate the scapulohumeral joint.
Measurement of BL was performed using the longitudinal distance from the scapulohumeral joint to the ischiatic tuberosity (as previously described by WAGNER & TYLER, 2011).
1) Compared to other large joints (hip, scapulohumeral), it is less covered and protected by soft tissues, which explains its frequent exposures to the action of external harmful factors;
INTRODUCTION: Adhesive capsulitis is an insidious and progressive pain with decreased active and passive mobility of the glenohumeral joint involving scapulohumeral pain.
In order to better understand the mechanisms underlying this high injury prevalence, several papers have assessed both upper limb muscle recruitment (Trevithick et al., 2007), three-dimensional (3D) body segment (Begon et al., 2008) and scapulohumeral kinematics (Wassinger et al., 2011) during the kayak stroke cycle.
Luxations/ Subluxations: Coxofemoral, Patellar, Tarsal and Scapulohumeral. Farm Animal Surgery.
Inactivity of the affected limb may lead to prolonged arm weakness, poor scapulohumeral function, bone mineral loss and, finally, lymphedema [35-36].
* mobility of the joints of the body (scapulohumeral, hip, spine, knee, elbow);