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Now, turn your attention to the most prominent bone of the shoulder's anterior
aspect, the clavicle (Fig. 4). The clavicle is a strut bone that keeps the scapula on
the posterior aspect of the thorax and prevents the glenoid from turning Fig. 3.
The suprasternal notch and sternoclavicular joint. CLAVICLE Fig. 11. Palpation of
the clavicle: the medial two-thirds is convex and tubular. Suprasternal Notch.
Move your hands medially from their position on the deltoid and acromion (Figs.
Coracoid Process. At the deepest portion of the clavicular concavity, lower the
fingers distally about one inch from the anterior edge of the clavicle, and press
laterally and posteriorly in an oblique line until you feel the coracoid process (Fig.
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