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Spine of the Scapula

Summary Information: Spine of the Scapula

Spine of the Scapula: The spine of the scapula is an anatomical feature of the scapula, commonly called the shoulder blade. The spine of the scapula is on the posterior aspect of the bone. It is a long process, or protrusion, that provides an area for the attachment of muscles, such as the supraspinous, deltoideus, and trapezius. Conditions that can afflict the spine of the scapula include trauma, fracture, and osteomyelitis.

Closely Related Organs: Spine of the Scapula

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Spine of the Scapula

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Sub Parts: Spine of the Scapula

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Spine of the Scapula

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