By I. A. Kapandji MD
This publication makes use of the visible process and illustrates the anatomy, body structure and mechanics of the joints by way of transparent and easy diagrams and no less than textual content.
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The right half of the section, which is a functional diagram of the shoulder girdle, shows that: - the scapula does not lie in a frontal plane but runs obliquely, medio-laterally and posteroanteriorly, forming with the frontal plane a solid angle of 30° open antero-Iaterally. - The clavicle runs obliquely in a postero-lateral direction and forms with the scapula an angle of 60°. A posterior view of the thorax shows (Fig. 36): The scapula in its normal position stretches from the second to the seventh rib.
1. The 'space' between the scapula and the serratus muscle is bounded as follows: - posteriorly and laterally, by the scapula (shown in black), covered by the subscapularis muscle. - anteriorly and medially, by the serratus anterior muscle arising from the medial border of the scapula and inserted into the antero-Iateral border of the thorax. 2: The 'space' between the thoracic wall and the serratus muscle is bounded as follows: - medially and anteriorly, by the thoracic wall (ribs and intercostal muscles).
Otch and plays no mechanical role. ( (' " ( '. ( - ( r \. i:J iJ THE ROLE OF THE CORACO-CLAVICULAR LIGAMENTS ," \. ~ ~ ~ r-- A diagrammatic view of the acromio-clavicular joint (Fig. 54: seen from above) shows the importance of the conoid ligament: ~ -'l --.. "- ~ . ' - The scapula (dotted) seen from above. - The broken line shows the contours of the clavicle in its resting position. f-~· '- ~ ( " - The heavy continuous line shows the final position of the clavicle. This shows how, when the solid angle between clavicle and scapula is opened out, the conoid ligament is stretched and checks the movement (the two stippled lines represent the two successive positions of the conoid ligament).
Physiology of the Joints (Upper Extremities) by I. A. Kapandji MD