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The bursa should be palpated for any additional thickening, masses, or specific
tenderness. Bursal thickening may be accompanied by crepitation as the
shoulder moves. Zone III— Axilla The axilla (armpit) is a quadrilateral pyramidal
Begin palpation distally where the muscle becomes tendinous and crosses the
elbow joint on the way to its insertion into the bicipital tuberosity of the radius (Fig.
42). Then palpate proxi- mally until you feel the bicipital groove and the tendon ...
Because it is difficult to differentiate between the two rhomboids, they should be
palpated together. Orient yourself for the palpation of the rhomboids by locating
the smooth, triangular area at the medial border of the scapula. This area
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