Atlas of Human Anatomy
Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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a) Body or diaphysis.
b) Sternal or medial end (thick, triangular and lies in the clavicular notches of the manubrium sterni; origin of mm pectoralis major and sternocleidomastoideus).
c) Acromial or scapular end (flat and broad, united with the acromion scapulae; Insertion of mm triangularis and deltoideus.
d) Superficial articular end to be joined to the acromion.
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