By Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea De Vita (eds.)

The objective of this Atlas is to concentration the reader's cognizance on a sequence of bone, ligament, muscle and tendon buildings and ultrastructures that experience no longer to date been mentioned other than within the newest overseas literature and in professional journals. This Atlas additionally offers super high-definition photographs of "targeted" sections received from cadavers preserved utilizing state of the art techniques.

The authors' goal is to offer the shoulder anatomy in a brand new and unique means and, utilizing an easy yet devoted descriptive language, to aid the reader comprehend the complexity of medical study, highlighting the significance of integrating anatomical, biomechanical and neurophysiological knowledge.

The textual content is meant as a supplement to the newest and present anatomical experiences in medical learn, bringing out the significance of these miniscule buildings to which specified and transparent mechanical and neurological roles are actually being attributed.

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In this type, the inferior attachment area of the complex includes the dorsum and posterior coracoid precipice and the superior border of the scapula. Type 3, with the accessory fascicle, is a variant of type 2 but with an accessory conoid lateral fascicle arising inferomedially from the lateral border of the scapular notch at the junction of the conoid and superior transverse scapular ligament. Although there is a description of this variant in Testut’s classic textbook of anatomy [18], it remains unclear whether this configuration is considered anomalous.

The trapezoid ligament contributes less constraint to movement of the clavicle in both the horizontal and the vertical planes, except when the clavicle moves in axial compression toward the acromion process. The various contributions of different ligaments to constraint change not only with the direction of joint displacement but also with the amount of loading and displacement. For many directions of displacement, the acromioclavicular joint makes a greater contribution to constraint at smaller degrees of displacement, while the coracoclavicular ligaments, primarily the conoid ligament, contribute a greater amount of constraint with larger amounts of displacement (Fig.

Kibler WB (1998) The role of the scapula in athletic shoulder function. Am J Sports Med 26:325–337 30. Mottram SL (1997) Dynamic stability of the scapula. Man Ther 2:123–131 31. Wadsworth DJ, Bullock-Saxton JE (1997) Recruitment patterns of the scapular rotator muscles in freestyle swimmers with subacromial Scapulothoracic Joint impingement. Int J Sports Med 18:618–624 32. Cools A, Witvrouw E, DeClercq G et al (2003) Scapular muscle recruitment pattern: trapezius muscle latency in overhead athletes with and without impingement symptoms.

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