glenohumeral ligament gle·no·hu·mer·al ligament (glē’nō-hyōō’mər-əl, glěn’ō-)
Any of three fibrous bands that reinforce the articular capsule of the shoulder joint and are attached to the margin of the glenoid cavity of the scapula and to the neck of the humerus.
[glee-noid] /ˈgli nɔɪd/ adjective, Anatomy. 1. shallow or slightly cupped, as the articular cavities of the scapula and the temporal bone. 2. pertaining to such a cavity. /ˈɡliːnɔɪd/ adjective (anatomy) 1. resembling or having a shallow cavity 2. denoting the cavity in the shoulder blade into which the head of the upper arm bone fits […]
- Glenoid cavity
glenoid cavity n. The hollow in the head of the scapula into which the head of the humerus sits to make the shoulder joint. Also called glenoid fossa.
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