Translation of scapula in Spanish:

scapula

omoplato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskapjʊlə//ˈskæpjələ/

noun

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    omoplato masculine
    omóplato masculine
    escápula feminine
    • Only the coracoclavicular ligaments, coracoacromial ligament, the clavicle, and the scapula were preserved.
    • The fourth step is to emphasize the retractor muscles of the scapula and to correct any forward-head posture.
    • The humerus articulates with the scapula (shoulder blade) at the shoulder, and with the radius and the ulna at the elbow.
    • The large trapezius muscle extends from the base of the skull to the last thoracic vertebrae, and from the spinal column to the scapulae.
    • A plate of bone extending from the medial margin of the scapula to the vertebral column has been reported (Ingersoll).