Glenoid

Some articles on glenoid:

SLAP Tear - Treatment - Procedure
... The glenoid and labrum are roughened to increase contact surface area and promote re-growth ... The glenoid is drilled for the anchor implantation ... The anchors are inserted in the glenoid ...
Glenopolar Angle
... The glenopolar angle (GPA) is a measure for the rotational malalignment of the glenoid about an anteroposterior (front-to-back) axis perpendicular to the scapular plane ... the line connecting the most cranial with the most caudal point of the glenoid cavity and the line connecting the most cranial of the glenoid cavity with the most caudal point of the scapular body ...
SLAP Tear - Treatment
... is do nothing or have surgery to reattach the labrum to the glenoid ... These include SLAP lesion – labrum/glenoid separation at the tendon of the biceps muscle Bankart lesion – labrum/glenoid separation at the inferior ...
Scapular Fracture - Anatomy
... The most commonly injured areas are the scapular body, spine, neck, and glenoid rim the scapular body or neck is injured in about 80% of cases ... Those that occur in the neck are usually parallel to the glenoid fossa ... When they occur in the glenoid fossa, fractures are usually small chips out of the bone or extensions of fractures occurring in the scapular neck ...
Glenoid Labrum
... The glenoid labrum (glenoid ligament) is a fibrocartilaginous rim attached around the margin of the glenoid cavity in the shoulder blade ... However, in bony terms the 'socket' (the glenoid fossa of the scapula) is quite shallow and small, covering at most only a third of the 'ball' (the head of the humerus) ...