shoulder joint n.
A ball-and-socket joint between the head of the humerus and the glenoid cavity of the scapula.
Sever the forelegs at shoulder joint (see Fig. 14), using care not to cut through skin.
A large rifle ball had penetrated and crushed the shoulder joint.
A fall from horseback, a carriage, or a bicycle may result in a dislocation of the shoulder joint.
The pencil flash, mercifully, still rested in a fold of his shoulder joint fabric.
And gazed down at the long bright scratch in the heavy metal that covered his shoulder joint.
Its strong belly originates near the shoulder joint from clavicle, coracoid and scapula.
The freest motion is at the shoulder joint, where the round head of one bone fits into the shallow cup of another.
At shoulder joint turn wire back sharply and at hip ball turn wire in at right angles.
At the end of a week my shoulder was operated on, and three inches of the humerus taken out from the shoulder joint down.
My right arm was sound, but the left one was broken at the shoulder joint, and on that side it was pulling on the cords and meat.