1): its width and depth, the distance from the supraglenoid
tubercle to its deepest point were determind (Fig.
The acromio-glenoid distance was measured as the distance between the tip of the acromion process and supraglenoid
The short head originates from the supraglenoid
tubercle of the scapular bone and the short head originates from the coracoid process, attaches to the radial tuberosity through the common tendon and to the deep fascia of the forearm through aponeurosis bicipitalis.
The long biceps tendon arises mainly from the supraglenoid
tubercle and partly from the superior glenoid labrum, passes through the glenohumeral joint, and enters the intertubercular groove.
The long head of the biceps tendon originates off of the supraglenoid
tubercle and is both intra-articular and extrasynovial.
The two heads of the biceps originate from the coracoid (short head) and the supraglenoid
tubercle of the humerous (long head), coalescing into a uniform muscle as they traverse the midpoint of the humerus (Figures 11,12A).
Type II SLAP lesion involves the detachment of the superior labrum and long head biceps tendon from the supraglenoid
The long head of the biceps (LHB) tendon arises from the posterior superior glenoid labrum and the supraglenoid
tubercle and is ensheathed by synovial lining allowing it to be intra-articular yet extrasynovial [1, 2].
It was traced at its beginning on the supraglenoid
tubercle of the scapula which passes over the extensor side of the shoulder joint through the intertuberal and runs distally along the craniomedial aspect of the humerus.
Medially attached to the peripheral margin of the glenoid cavity outside the labrum, which includes the origin of the long head of Biceps from supraglenoid
Buss, "Suprascapular nerve entrapment caused by supraglenoid
cyst compression," Journal of Shoulder And Elbow Surgery, vol.
The prominent supraglenoid
tubercle (tuberculum supraglenoidalis) in the present observation is projected cranially and distal to the incisura scapulae which was similar and dissimilar with horse and cattle respectively (Sisson et al.).