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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.
Test the other shoulder and compare results. Adduction may be limited by bursitis
or by tears in the rotator cuff (especially in the supraspinatus). FLEXION -90°
EXTENSION-45° In the more extreme degrees of extension, the patient will tend
The apprehension test for shoulder dislocation. APPREHENSION TEST FOR
SHOULDER DISLOCATION. To test for chronic shoulder dislocation, abduct and
externally rotate the patient's arm to a position where it might easily dislocate.
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