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cor·a·coid

 (kôr′ə-koid′, kŏr′-)
n.
1. A bony process projecting from the scapula toward the sternum in mammals.
2. A beak-shaped bone articulating with the scapula and sternum in many other vertebrates, such as birds and reptiles.
adj.
Of, relating to, or resembling a coracoid.

[New Latin coracoīdēs, from Greek korakoeidēs, ravenlike : korax, korak-, raven + -oeidēs, -oid.]

coracoid

(ˈkɒrəˌkɔɪd)
n
(Zoology) a paired ventral bone of the pectoral girdle in vertebrates. In mammals it is reduced to a peg (the coracoid process) on the scapula
[C18: from New Latin coracoīdēs, from Greek korakoeidēs like a raven, curved like a raven's beak, from korax raven]

cor•a•coid

(ˈkɔr əˌkɔɪd, ˈkɒr-)

n.
a bony process on the scapula of mammals that extends to the sternum in birds, reptiles, and monotremes.
[1700–10; < New Latin coracoīdēs < Greek korakoeidḗs ravenlike =korak-, s. of kórax raven + -oeidēs -oid]
Translations

cor·a·coid

n. coracoides, apófisis del omóplato.
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Usually, it has two heads long and short head originating from the supraglenoid tubercle of scapula and from coracoid process of scapula.
SICK scapula", an acronym for the condition Scapular malposition, Inferior medial border prominence, Coracoid pain and malposition, and dysKinesis of scapular movement (18), is a condition that has been reported to have rhomboid related scapular winging which suggests DSN involvement.
In SOV images, the lateral portion of SSB was an irregularly shaped structure; the medial portion of SSB was a saddlebag-shaped entity in close contact with the inferior side of the coracoid process [Figure 1]c; gradually, it presented as a narrow strip between scapula and SSC.
Overuse epiphyseal injury of the coracoid process as a result of archery.
The subclavian arteries extended sideways, and gave rise to the sternoclavicular artery, thoracic artery, axillary artery, intercostal artery, and the major coracoid artery.
Considering these typical symptoms, diagnostic pathway was immediately directed towards OO, with magnetic resonance and computed tomography confirming the diagnosis of OO of the coracoid process (CP).
A comparison of single versus multiple injections on the extent of anesthesia with coracoid infraclavicular brachial plexus block.
2) The Latarjet procedure involves the transfer of the coracoid process with its soft tissue attachments, (3) thereby providing both bony and soft tissue articular reinforcement with a low incidence of postoperative failure.
Skeletal elements of the animals present in Jaani graves at Vao bones teeth Furcula Coracoid Vertebrae Cranium Dog 1 10 3 Sheep/goat 1 14 1 Cattle 4 8 2 Pig 2 7 Horse 1 Seal Hare 1 1 Pine marten 1 Fox?
The dorsal one, the suprascapula (SS), is posteriorly bowed (Figure 2) and not connected or fused to the synarcual or the vertebral column (Figure 1); the ventral one, the coracoid bar (CB) is anteriorly bowed.
Misdiagnosis of the injury can occur in more than 50% of patients, most commonly due to an inappropriate physical examination such as prominence of the coracoid, posterior prominence of the humeral and decreased external rotation of the shoulder,1,2 and/or an inadequate radiographic examination.