Scapular Three-dimensional Kinematics in a Case of Sternoclavicular Instability

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INTRODUCTION The sternoclavicular joint (SCJ) is the only skeletal articulation between the upper extremity and the axial skeleton. The strong ligaments of the SCJ make it one of the least dislocated joints in the body [1]. Scapulothoracic motion is a combination of SCJ and acromioclavicular joint motions [2]. When the clavicle elevates, this movement… (More)

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@inproceedings{Zanca2013ScapularTK, title={Scapular Three-dimensional Kinematics in a Case of Sternoclavicular Instability}, author={Gisele Garcia Zanca and Michele Forgiarini Saccol and Walter Ansanello Netto and Stela M{\'a}rcia Mattiello}, year={2013} }