Infraglenoid tubercle

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Infraglenoid tubercle
Gray205 left scapula lateral view - Infraglenoid tubercle.png
Lateral view of left scapula
(infraglenoid tubercle labeled at center right)
LatinTuberculum infraglenoidale
Gray'sp.205
Anatomical terms of bone
 
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Infraglenoid tubercle
Gray205 left scapula lateral view - Infraglenoid tubercle.png
Lateral view of left scapula
(infraglenoid tubercle labeled at center right)
LatinTuberculum infraglenoidale
Gray'sp.205
Anatomical terms of bone

The infraglenoid tubercle is the part of the scapula from which the long head of the triceps brachii originates. The infraglenoid tubercle is a tubercle located on the lateral part of the scapula, inferior to (below) the glenoid cavity. The name infraglenoid tubercle refers to its location below the glenoid cavity.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.

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