Normal regional anatomy of the shoulder.

Abstract

The shoulder is a remarkable structure enjoying a greater range of motion than any other articulation in the human body. The shoulder is not a single joint but actually four separate articulations that act synergistically. The authors review the complex anatomy of the shoulder, presenting correlation between anatomic sections and MR arthrography.

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@article{Petersilge1993NormalRA, title={Normal regional anatomy of the shoulder.}, author={Cheryl A. Petersilge and Dr H. Witte and Bill Sewell and Elvira Bosch and Donald L. Resnick}, journal={Magnetic resonance imaging clinics of North America}, year={1993}, volume={1 1}, pages={1-18} }