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The medial wall is defined by ribs two to six and the overlying serratus anterior
muscle, and the lateral wall by the bicipital groove of the humerus. The
glenohumeral joint represents the apex of the pyramid, and the webbed skin and
fascia of ...
ABDUCTION-180° ADDUCTION- 45° Abduction of the arm occurs in the gleno-
humeral joint and scapulothoracic articulation in a two to one ratio (2:1 ); for every
3° of abduction, 2° occur in the glenohumeral joint, and 1° occurs at the ...
The olecranon fossa, which lies at the distal end of the posterior humerus,
receives the olecranon during elbow extension (Fig. 12). It is filled with fat and
covered by a portion of the triceps muscle and aponeurosis, and precise
palpation is ...
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