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Coracoid Process: The coracoid process is an anatomical feature of the scapula, commonly called the shoulder blade. The coracoid process is a long protrusion of the bone on the upper area of the scapula that helps to stabilize the shoulder joint and provides a structure for muscle and ligament attachments. These include the pectoralis minor, biceps brachii, and the coracoclavicular ligament.
Conditions that can afflict the coracoid process include overuse injury of the coracoid process, acromioclavicular joint separation, trauma, fracture, and osteomyelitis.
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