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Winged scapula

Summary of Winged scapula
A winged scapula is characterized by the protrusion of the scapula, resulting in an inability to abduct arm above the horizontal plane. It is associated with a lesion in the long thoracic nerve causing a deficit in the function of the serratus anterior muscles. 

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Pathology

Nervous system

Central nervous system disorders
Central and peripheral nervous system disorders
Peripheral nervous system disorders
Autonomic nervous system disorders
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