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The most prominent bony landmark is the scapula, a triangular bone that rests
upon the thoracic cage. The outline of its ridges upon the skin makes the scapula
easy to locate. In its resting position, it covers ribs two to seven; its medial border
Spine of the Scapula. Move posteriorly and medially and palpate the acromion as
it tapers to the spine of the scapula (Fig. 21). Remember that the acromion and
the spine of the scapula form one continuous arch (Fig. 22). The spine of the ...
Stand behind the patient and anchor the scapula by holding its inferior angle (Fig
. 52). With your free hand abduct the patient's arm. The scapula should not move
until the arm is abducted to approximately 20° (indicating free glenohumeral ...
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