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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    winged scapula
     


  3. Neelesh A Dharmadhikari

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    Winged Scapula With Damage To The Serratus Anterior Muscle
     


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    winging of the scapula due to damage to the long thoracic nerve controlling serratus anterior
     


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    Yeap....agree with winging of scapula
     


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    Answer : Winged Scapula
     


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