Deltopectoral groove

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Deltopectoral groove
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Deltoid muscle
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Pectoralis major
Anatomical terminology

The deltopectoral groove is an indentation in the muscular structure between the deltoid muscle and pectoralis major.[1]

It is the location through which the cephalic vein passes and where the coracoid process is most easily palpable.

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  1. ^ "Introduction - Relevant Anatomy of Glenohumeral Instability". Retrieved 2007-08-25.

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