Coracoid process

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The coracoid process is a part of the scapula (shoulder blade) that protrudes forward under the clavicle. It serves as a support structure for the shoulder joint and an attachment point for several muscles.

Attached muscles

Word origin

Coracoid comes from the Greek korax, meaning crow, in reference to the coracoid process resembling a crow's beak.

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