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Coracoacromial ligament

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Coracoacromial ligament

(Science: anatomy) The heavy arched fibrous band that passes between the coracoid process and the acromion above the shoulder joint; the osseofibrous arch thus formed prevents upward dislocation of the shoulder (glanohumeral) joint.

Synonym: ligamentum coracoacromiale.