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(ˈɡliːnɔɪd) or


1. (Anatomy) resembling or having a shallow cavity
2. (Anatomy) denoting the cavity in the shoulder blade into which the head of the upper arm bone fits
[C18: from Greek glēnoeidēs, from glēnē socket of a joint]
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a. glenoideo-a, con apariencia de fosa o cuenca;
___ cavitycavidad ___;
___ fossafosa ___.
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They are injuries to the glenoid labium, usually due to a sudden or forceful pull on the biceps through lifting a heavy object, falling or sustaining a trauma, such as a shoulder dislocation.
The glenoid cavity is a shallow pear shaped articular fossa which is located on the lateral angle of the scapula.
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The thickness of SST was 7.9[+ or -]1.4 mm at glenoid level in diabetic patients and 6.6[+ or -]0.5 mm in control patients.
The term glenohumeral instability refers to the condition of pathologic excessive translation of the humeral head on the articular surface of the glenoid. (1) Glenohumeral dislocation and subluxation are common injuries in the young and active patient population.
The Glenoid Fossa lies in which part of the human body?
The hyaline articular cartilage of the glenoid extends under and undercuts the base of the labrum.
One of the morphological parameters of TMJ is measuring thickness of the roof of the glenoid fossa, which is, in radiologic analysis, indirectly related to ZACD presence (2,3).