infraglenoid

\\“+\ adjective
Etymology: infra- + glenoid
: situated below the glenoid cavity of the scapula

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • infraglenoid — Inferior to the glenoid cavity of the scapula. SYN: subglenoid. * * * in·fra·gle·noid (in″frə gleґnoid) subglenoid …   Medical dictionary

  • infraglenoid — in·fra·glenoid …   English syllables

  • Infraglenoid tubercle — Infobox Bone Name = Infraglenoid tubercle Latin = tuberculum infraglenoidale GraySubject = 50 GrayPage = 205 Caption = Left scapula. Lateral view. (Infraglenoid tubercle labeled at center right.) Caption2 = System = MeshName = MeshNumber =… …   Wikipedia

  • infraglenoid tubercle — in·fra·gle·noid tubercle .in frə .glē .nȯid , .gle n a tubercle on the scapula for the attachment of the long head of the triceps muscle * * * tuberculum infraglenoidale …   Medical dictionary

  • infraglenoid tuberosity — tuberculum infraglenoidale …   Medical dictionary

  • infraglenoid tubercle — noun : a tubercle on the scapula for the attachment of the long head of the triceps muscle …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bone — This article is about the skeletal organ. For other uses, see Bone (disambiguation) and Bones (disambiguation). For the tissue, see Osseous tissue. Drawing of a human femur Bones are rigid organs that constitute part of the endoskeleton of… …   Wikipedia

  • Tubercle — A small tuber, a small lump or bump. * * * 1. A nodule, especially in an anatomic, not pathologic, sense. 2. A circumscribed, rounded, solid elevation on the skin, mucous membrane, or surface of an organ. 3. A slight …   Medical dictionary

  • subglenoid — SYN: infraglenoid. * * * sub·gle·noid (səb gleґnoid) inferior to the glenoid cavity of the scapula. Called also infraglenoid …   Medical dictionary

  • tuberosity — A large tubercle or rounded elevation, especially from the surface of a bone. SYN: tuberositas [TA]. bicipital t. SYN: radial t.. calcaneal t. [TA] the posterior extremity of the calcaneus, or os calcis, forming the …   Medical dictionary

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