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Latest revision as of 23:40, 31 May 2018

Shoulder Development Timeline
Carnegie Stage Event
17 chondrogenic progenitor of the humerus and the medial border of the scapula can be observed.
18 chondrogenic progenitor for rest of the scapula appears.
19 glenohumeral joint will begin delaminating and showing a looser central band (interzone). Denser lateral bands will join the humeral head (caput humeri) and the margins of the articular surface of the scapula, thus forming the glenoid labrum (glenoid ligament).
21 long head of the biceps tendon present
22 glenoid labrum (glenoid ligament) present
23 coracohumeral ligament present
Week
Fetal Week 10 osteogenic process begins in the humeral head. Primitive glenohumeral ligament present
Fetal Week 11 osteogenic process begins in the scapula
Links: shoulder | joint | limb | timeline     Data from human histological study.[1]
  1. Hita-Contreras F, Sánchez-Montesinos I, Martínez-Amat A, Cruz-Díaz D, Barranco RJ & Roda O. (2018). Development of the human shoulder joint during the embryonic and early fetal stages: anatomical considerations for clinical practice. J. Anat. , 232, 422-430. PMID: 29193070 DOI.