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Transverse Humeral Ligament: The transverse humeral ligament is a paired ligament located on the humerus in the shoulder joint. It consists of connective tissue that attaches the greater tubercle with lesser tubercle of the humerus, and creates a canal that holds the long head of the biceps brachii. The transverse humeral ligament helps to bind, protect and stabilize the shoulder joint.
Conditions that can afflict the transverse humeral ligament include trauma, sprains, and ligament tears.
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