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The spine of the scapula then extends obliquely across the upper four-fifths of the
scapular dorsum and ends in a flat, smooth triangle at the medial border of the
scapula (Fig. 23). Probe up the scapula's medial border to its superior medial ...
The rhomboids, which originate along the spine (C7-T5), extend obliquely
downward and laterally, inserting into the medial border of the scapula. Because
it is difficult to differentiate between the two rhomboids, they should be palpated ...
Palpate up the sharp, subcutaneous ulnar border to the olecranon process of the
elbow and return to the ulnar process via the same route. On the distal tip of the
ulnar styloid process, you should feel a small, shallow dorsal groove running ...
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