Which of the following part of scapula can be palpated in the infraclavicular fossa?
Answer- B. B
Coracoid process of scapula, as depicted by ‘B’can be palpated in the infraclavicular fossa
A Spine of scapula
B Coracoid process
C Acromion process
D Infraglenoid tubercle
“The coracoid process lies about 2.5 cm below the clavicle at the junction of the lateral fourth with the rest of the bone and is connected to its under surface by the coracoclavicular ligament. It is covered by the anterior fibres of deltoid and can be identified only on deep pressure through the lateral border of the infraclavicular fossa” (Gray’s)