Relating to the shoulder and the clavicle; denoting an anomalous muscle attached to the coracoid process or upper edge of the scapula and to the clavicle.

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omo·cla·vic·u·lar (o″mo-klə-vikґu-lər) pertaining to the shoulder and the clavicle.

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