By Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea de Vita
The anatomy of the shoulder is predicated on complicated joint biomechanics. the aim of this Atlas is to concentration the reader’s realization on a chain of bone, ligament, muscle and tendon buildings and ultrastructures in the shoulder on which merely the latest foreign literature has said in really expert journals. This Atlas additionally offers super high-definition pictures of "targeted" sections received from cadavers preserved utilizing state-of-art thoughts. This special Atlas, employing photos of significant visible influence, deals a systematic message on a topical joint, utilizing uncomplicated yet committed descriptive language.
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Their authors performed cadaver studies in which superior translation was measured in rotator cuff-deficient shoulders before and after coracoacromial ligament resection. In both studies with a given force, the humerus could be displaced further in the superior direction after coracoacromial ligament release. These studies are consistent with the previous notion that the coracoacromial ligament may act as an anterosuperior restraint . Some reflections  are possible on the biomechanical role of the ligament, on the basis of the pathogenesis of the impingement syndrome.
This is long and wide and has its origin in the back of the thorax (from T-7 to T-12, thoracolumbar fascia, iliac crest, lower ribs) and its insertion on the humerus. In this specimen (type 2) there is no connection between the muscle and the inferior angle of the scapula (*) Scapulothoracic Joint 23 24 References References 1. Kibler WB, McMullen J (2003) Scapular dyskinesis and its relation to shoulder pain. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 11:142-151 2. Ludewig PM, Cook TM, Nawoczenski DA (1996) Three-dimensional scapular orientation and muscle activity at selected positions if humeral elevation.
Atlas of Functional Shoulder Anatomy by Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea de Vita