infrascapularis

noun in·fra·scap·u·la·ris \ˌinfrəˌskapyəˈla(a)rə̇s\

Definition of infrascapularis

plural

infrascapulares

\-a(a)(ˌ)rēz\
  1. :  the teres minor

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Origin and Etymology of infrascapularis

New Latin, from infra- + scapula + -aris -ar


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