subcoracoid


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subcoracoid

 [sub-kor´ah-koid]
situated under the coracoid process.

sub·cor·a·coid

(sŭb-kōr'ă-koyd),
Beneath the coracoid process.
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Subcoracoid impingement study was inconclusive in five patients, impingement was present in four patients and absent in 26 patients.
We excluded spaces such as the subdeltoid/subacromial bursa and subcoracoid bursa, which would have other clinical ramifications.
Of 32 cases of chronic shoulder dislocation3 all were unilateral (31 anterior subcoracoid and 1 posterior) dislocations.
A thickened CHL and joint capsule, decreased axillary recess volume and obliteration of the subcoracoid fat triangle was used for presumptive MR arthrographic diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis (3,8).
Similar differential testing is possible for pain on resisted medial rotation, to determine whether the tendons of subscapularis and long head of biceps (LHB) or other adjacent structures are impinged within the subcoracoid space.
The subdeltoid bursa (SDB) and subcoracoid bursa (SCB) were scanned with the shoulder in a neutral position, whereas the subacromial bursa (SAB) was scanned with the shoulder in a modified Crass position.
Humeral heads were palpable anteriorly in the subcoracoid location.
Subcoracoid dislocation of the lateral end of the clavicle.
(3) The second site is behind the clavicle in the costoclavicular space, while the third site is at the subcoracoid space in the angle between the pectoralis minor tendon and where it attaches to the coracoid process.
Cinotti, "The morphometry of the coracoid process--its aetiologic role in subcoracoid impingement syndrome," International Orthopaedics, vol.
Type VI: This rare injury involves inferior displacement of the clavicle either subacromial or subcoracoid behind the conjoined tendon.