Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy

Shoulder

Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and teres major muscles

Image #93-6

KEYWORDS: Shoulder, Vasculature.

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Shoulder
Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and teres major muscles
The fascia has been removed. The teres minor in this specimen is fused with the infraspinatus.
1 . Clavicle
2 . Acromioclavicular ligament
3 . Acromion of scapula
4 . Teres minor muscle (fused with infraspinatus muscle)
5 . Posterior circumflex artery of humerus
6 . Muscular branch axillary nerve (to teres minor muscle)
7 . Triceps brachii muscle (lateral head)
8 . Circumflex artery and vein of scapula
9 . Triceps brachii muscle (long head)
10 . Teres major muscle
11 . Upper pointer: Long thoracic nerve Lower pointer: Serratus anterior muscle
12 . Levator muscle of scapula
13 . Supraspinatus
14 . Branch superficial cervical artery
15 . Spine of scapula
16 . Remnant of tendon of insertion of trapezius muscle
17 . Vertebral margin of scapula
18 . Infraspinatus muscle
19 . Rhomboid major muscle (cut off)