Inferior transverse ligament of scapula
|Ligament: Inferior transverse ligament of scapula|
|Left scapula. Lateral view. (Ligament not visible, but sites of attachements of the ligament can be seen.)|
|Latin||ligamentum transversum scapulae inferius|
|Gray's||subject #82 317|
|From||spine of scapula|
The inferior transverse ligament (spinoglenoid ligament) is a weak membranous band, situated behind the neck of the scapula and stretching from the lateral border of the spine to the margin of the glenoid cavity.
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