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Figure 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Interrater reliability of clinical tests to evaluate scapulothoracic motion

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Test 1–4. A-D Normal performance of the mobility tests of the shoulder. E-H Normal and abnormal performance E Position of the most lateral scapular point at the end of flexion (left: normal, right: slightly restricted shoulder). F Clavicular motion during flexion in normal shoulder movement (bold) and in a slightly restricted shoulder (not bold). G Scapular posterior tilting during the last phase of flexion (normal shoulder movement). H Movement of the cervicothoracic junction during the last phase of flexion (normal shoulder movement). E-H With kind permission of J.D. Stenvers (Stenvers, van Woerden & Kingma, 2011). A-D With the consent of the individuals shown in these images.

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