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Transverse humeral ligament

The transverse humeral ligament is a broad band passing from the lesser to the greater tubercle of the humerus, and always limited to that portion of the bone which lies above the epiphysial line. It converts the intertubercular groove into a canal.


Anterior aspect of the capsule of the shoulder joint (distended). The transverse humeral ligament is labeled at center left.

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