By Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea De Vita (eds.)
The function of this Atlas is to concentration the reader's cognizance on a sequence of bone, ligament, muscle and tendon buildings and ultrastructures that experience no longer to date been mentioned other than within the most modern overseas literature and in professional journals. This Atlas additionally provides tremendous high-definition photos of "targeted" sections received from cadavers preserved utilizing cutting-edge techniques.
The authors' goal is to provide the shoulder anatomy in a brand new and unique means and, utilizing an easy yet committed descriptive language, to assist the reader comprehend the complexity of medical study, highlighting the significance of integrating anatomical, biomechanical and neurophysiological knowledge.
The textual content is meant as a supplement to the newest and present anatomical reviews in medical study, bringing out the significance of these miniscule constructions to which specified and transparent mechanical and neurological roles are actually being attributed.
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In both studies with a given force, the humerus could be displaced further in the superior direction after coracoacromial ligament release. These studies are consistent with the previous notion that the coracoacromial ligament may act as an anterosuperior restraint . Some reflections  are possible on the biomechanical role of the ligament, on the basis of the pathogenesis of the impingement syndrome. According to the biomechanical studies of Tillmann , the acromion and the coracoid are under opposite directional forces exerted by the muscle inserted to them.
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