- The acromioclavicular
joint, or AC joint, is a joint
at the top of the shoulder. It is the junction between
(part of the sca**** that forms...
- The acromioclavicular ligament
is part of the acromioclavicular
joint. It is divided
into two parts: superior
and inferior. This ligament
is a quadrilateral...
- A separated
shoulder, also known
as acromioclavicular joint
injury, is a common injury
to the acromioclavicular
joint. The AC joint
- sternoclavicular joint
(connection between sternum
and clavicle) and acromioclavicular joint
(connection between clavicle
and sca****). The five muscles...
tuberosity, inferior acromion process
and the acromioclavicular
joint. A positive
test is indicated
by pain in the anterior
- anteriorly. It articulates
with the clavicle
(collar bone) to form the acromioclavicular
joint. The acromion forms
of the shoulder, and is a large...
- bone) (see diagram). Two joints facilitate shoulder
movement. The acromioclavicular
is located between
(part of the sca**** that...
- Plane joints
and are nearly always
small, such as the acromioclavicular joint between
of the sca**** and the clavicle. Typically...
- with the acromion, a process
of the sca**** (shoulder blade), at the acromioclavicular
joint. It has a rounded medial
end and a flattened lateral
- ligament. There
no "gold standard" surgery
to repair acromioclavicular
separations, and many surgeries
have been created. However, this is...