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Radiographic Anatomy of Adult Shoulder

Anteroposterior

1. Clavicle
2. Acromioclavicular joint
3. Acromion
4. Greater tubercle of humerus
5. Head of humerus
6. Lesser tubercle of humerus
7. Surgical neck of humerus
8. Coracoid process
9. Glenoid fossa
10. Shoulder joint
11. Lateral border of scapula

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