Scapula - Structure - Angles

Angles

There are 3 angles

  1. The superior angle is covered by trapezius.
  2. The inferior angle is covered by latissimus dorsi. It moves forwards round the chest when the arm is abducted.
  3. The lateral or glenoid angle is broad and bears the glenoid cavity or fossa, which is directed forward, laterally and slightly upwards.

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