Superior sublabral sulcus

Dr Yuranga Weerakkody and Dr Henry Knipe et al.

The superior sublabral sulcus is a normal variant of the superior sublabral recess, which is normally present at the attachment of the biceps tendon to the glenoid labrum.

The superior sublabral sulcus has been described as being shallow or deep and may be continuous with a sublabral foramen if present.

Differential diagnosis

Upper limb anatomy
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rID: 27114
Section: Anatomy
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