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Bone: Inferior angle of the scapula
Plan of ossification of the scapula. From seven centers. (Inferior angle visible at bottom center.)
Surface anatomy of the back. (Inferior angle of scapula labeled at bottom center.)
Latin angulus inferior scapulae
Gray's subject #50 206

The inferior angle of the scapula, thick and rough, is formed by the union of the vertebral and axillary borders; its dorsal surface affords attachment to the Teres major and frequently to a few fibers of the Latissimus dorsi.

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