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Sternal Articular Surface of Clavicle
Skeletal System

Sternal Articular Surface of Clavicle

Facies articularis sternalis claviculae

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Description

The sternal articular surface of the clavicle is the convex, quadrangular, articular area found on the medial aspect of the sternal end of the bone. It articulates with the clavicular notch of the manubrium of sternum, forming the sternoclavicular joint, and provides an attachment site for the interclavicular ligament.

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