Nerve Injury and Entrapment Neuropathy Around the Shoulder
The movement of the shoulder girdle is controlled by three anatomical joints (scapulohumeral joint, acromio-clavicular joint, and sternoclavicular joint) and two functional joints (subacromial joint and scapulothoracic joint). By cooperation of the muscles that move these joints, the shoulder girdle can be moved smoothly.
KeywordsBrachial Plexus Trapezius Muscle Axillary Nerve Accessory Nerve Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
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