Definition of Subacromial. Meaning of Subacromial. Synonyms of Subacromial

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Definition of Subacromial

Subacromial
Subacromial Sub`a*cro"mi*al, a. (Anat.) Situated beneath the acromial process of the scapula.

Meaning of Subacromial from wikipedia

- Subacromial bursitis is a condition caused by inflammation of the bursa that separates the superior surface of the supraspinatus tendon (one of the four...
- joint spaces are: The normal glenohumeral space is 4–5 mm. The normal subacromial space in shoulder radiographs is 9–10 mm; this space is significantly...
- The subacromial bursa is the synovial cavity located just below the acromion, which communicates with the subdeltoid bursa in most individuals, forming...
- cuff muscles become irritated and inflamed as they p**** through the subacromial space, the p****age beneath the acromion. This can result in pain, weakness...
- radiates into the shoulder; suprasca****r neuropathy, a nerve disorder; subacromial impingement, common in athletes and others who make repetitive overhead...
- stiffened. Bursitis commonly affects superficial bursae. These include the subacromial, prepatellar, retrocalcaneal, and pes anserinus bursae of the shoulder...
- glenohumeral joint under normal cir****stances, but may communicate with the subacromial bursa. As such, contrast fluid injected into the glenohumeral joint during...
- Type Description I Non- or minimally-displaced II Displaced but not affecting the subacromial space III Displacement compromising the subacromial space...
- Çalış, Mustafa. "Diagnostic values of clinical diagnostic tests in subacromial impingement syndrome". http://ard.bmj.com/. British Medical Journal....
- Jonathan E (1 October 2011). "The Upright Row: Implications for Preventing Subacromial Impingement". Strength and Conditioning Journal. 33 (5): 25–28. doi:10...
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