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Synonyms for acromion

the outermost point of the spine of the shoulder blade

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Length of acromion process in mm is the distance between the tip and the posterior border of acromion process.
This prevents the head of the humerus from being lifted up and banging into the acromion process above, and also increases the efficiency of the movement of the distal humerus.
Accomplishing this goal required knowledge of the shoulder's range of motion as well as the forces it is capable of generating in each direction, which led to our second goal, the quantification of the shoulder's range of motion and measurement of the forces the shoulder can comfortably generate at the point of the acromion process.
On the distal end, the supraspinatus extends below the acromion process of the scapula, which may cause it to be injured or pinched in overhead arm movements, and is affected in 95% of all cuff tears.
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, Bursitis) Description Impingement syndrome is characterized by pain in the shoulder due to inflammation of the tendons of the rotator cuff or the bursa that sits between the rotator cuff and the acromion process.
Therefore, an algorithm was developed for positioning the work piece relative to the midpoint of the participant's upper arm (this midpoint is defined as the point midway between the acromion process of the shoulder and the lateral epicondyle of the elbow).
Retroflective markers were placed bilaterally on the head of the first metatarsal, posterior calcaneous, lateral malleolus, lateral femoral condyle, anterior superior iliac spine, sacrum, acromion process, lateral humeral epicondyle, and ulnar head, as well as wand markers placed on midthigh and midshank (Helen Hayes marker system) (10) for gait analysis.
Common locations for CML are around the knee, distal tibia, proximal humerus, acromion process of the scapula, and the end of the clavicle.
Mid-arm circumference (MAC) was measured at the mid-point between the olecranon and acromion process.
A longitudinal incision from the posterior part of the Acromion process to the lateral epicondyle was made to identify the axillary nerve, radial nerve and plate.
Triceps skin fold thickness was measured at midway between the lateral projection of the acromion process of the scapular and the inferior margin of the olecranon process of the ulna.
Glass marble naming and locations Segment / Joint Label Location Head L/R FHD Front head marker Shoulder joint L/R ACR The midpoint on the acromion process lateral ridge Elbow joint L/R MEL Medial epicondyle of the humerus L/R LEL Lateral epicondyle of the humerus Wrist joint L/R AMWR Anterior mid-stylion L/R PMWR Posterior mid-stylion Trunk L/R ICP Tubercle of the iliac crest Knee joint L/R MKN Medial epicondyle of the femur L/R LKN Lateral epicondyle of the femur Ankle joint L/R MAN Medial malleolus of the tibia L/R LAN Lateral malleolus of the tibia Table 3.
5 cm in diameter) covered with reflective tape were positioned over the following bony landmarks: lateral malleolus of the right ankle, proximal upper edge of the lateral tibial plateau of the right knee, greater trochanter of the right femur, and lateral acromion process of the right shoulder.
Crepitus was elicited over the acromion process and at the superior aspect of the shoulder during active abduction and external rotation.