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Adj.1.scapulohumeral - relating to the shoulder blade and upper arm bone
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Necropsy examination revealed a rounded tumor, approximately two centimeters in diameter, near the scapulohumeral joint, with firm, adherent consistency (Figure 1A).
Considering that periscapular imbalances may be associated with kinematic disorders of the shoulder complex including scapular dyskinesis and impingement syndrome (7,12), shoulder rehabilitation has been implemented for restoring the function and timing of periscapular and scapulohumeral muscles, and especially the rotator cuff, anterior serratus and trapezius muscles (4,7,12).
(20.) Lin JJ, Lim HK, Yang JL.Effect of shoulder tightness on glenohumeral translation, scapular kinematics, and scapulohumeral rhythm in subjects with stiff shoulders.J Orthop Res.
Threedimensional scapular kinematics and scapulohumeral rhythm in patients with glenohumeral osteoarthritis or frozen shoulder.
In certain sports disciplines, the incidence of scapulohumeral dislocations is high.
For designs with an inclination of 155 degrees, this study describes an increased incidence of scapulohumeral conflict but a higher stability in internal rotation (the most unstable position for anterior stability) [63].
Scapulothoracic and scapulohumeral exercises: a narrative review of electromyographic studies.
Muscle activation in coupled scapulohumeral motions in the high performance ten nis serve.
Reviews of the literature: the influence of the mobility in the cervicothoracic spine and the upper ribs (shoulder girdle) on the mobility of the scapulohumeral joint.
With input from physical therapists and doctors, the Cockrell School researchers designed Harmony's shoulder mechanism to facilitate natural, coordinated motions, particularly the scapulohumeral rhythm.
Conversely, 45.5% of the patients in Group C presented mild involvement of facial and scapulohumeral regions compared with 29.0% of the patients in groups (A + B), although it was showed no significant difference between Group C and groups (A + B) with CS0.5-1.5 (?[sup] 2 = 2.17, P > 0.05).