By Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea De Vita (eds.)
The goal of this Atlas is to concentration the reader's cognizance on a chain of bone, ligament, muscle and tendon constructions and ultrastructures that experience no longer thus far been mentioned other than within the most up-to-date foreign literature and in expert journals. This Atlas additionally provides tremendous high-definition photos of "targeted" sections acquired from cadavers preserved utilizing cutting-edge techniques.
The authors' purpose is to give the shoulder anatomy in a brand new and unique approach and, utilizing an easy yet committed descriptive language, to aid the reader comprehend the complexity of clinical examine, highlighting the significance of integrating anatomical, biomechanical and neurophysiological knowledge.
The textual content is meant as a supplement to the newest and present anatomical reviews in medical examine, bringing out the significance of these miniscule constructions to which targeted and transparent mechanical and neurological roles are actually being attributed.
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6). Rockwood et al.  have reported that approximately 5–8° of rotation (in line with the scapula) is detected at the AC joint with forward elevation and abduction to 180°. Ludewig et al.  report that during elevation of the arm, the clavicle, with respect to the thorax, undergoes elevation (11–15°) and retraction (15–29°). Codman  reports that with an intact AC joint, scapular motion (3 planes, 2 translations) is synchronously coupled with arm motion by the clavicle. This motion is guided by the coracoclavicular ligaments.
She concludes that the space between subscapularis and latissimus dorsi (inferior interval) may have some significance for anteroinferior stability, as in the case of the rotator cuff interval between subscapularis and supraspinatus . In conclusion, the latissimus dorsi muscle influences the dislocation of the glenohumeral joint and limits the movement of the humeral head in patients with shoulder instability after a capsuloligamentous tear. The action of the latissimus dorsi helps other musculotendinous structures around the shoulder to maintain stability .
Atlas of Functional Shoulder Anatomy by Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea De Vita (eds.)