File:Shoulder muscle - Force couple of rotator cuff.webm

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English: Human right shoulder joint, seen from lateral side. Bones drawn are scapula and humerus. Muscles shown are subscapularis muscle (shown at right), infraspinatus muscle (shown at upper left), teres minor muscle (shown at bottom left).
Source Uploaded to YouTube by Young Lae, Moon M.D. under the CC-BY 3.0 license.
Author Young Lae, Moon M.D. Chair of 3D Based Medical Application Working group. Chairman and Professor of Orthopaedics, Chosun University Hospital, Korea.
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