Subscapular

Subscapular: Under the scapula, like the subscapularis muscle, which originates beneath the scapula.
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subscapular

1. Deep to the scapula. ... Synonym: infrascapular. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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subscapular

(sәb-skap´u-lәr) below the scapula.
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Subscapular

• (a.) Alt. of Subscapulary
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subscapular

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭb-skap′yū-lăr Definitions: 1. Deep to the scapula. 2. Denoting (a) certain artery or arterial branches, vein, nerve, fossa, or set of lymph nodes deep to the scapula. Synonyms: infrascapular
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