Superior Angle of Scapula

Superior Angle of Scapula The superior angle of the scapula is indicated in the diagram. The scapula is a bone that connects the humerus with the clavicle. The scapula consists of two surfaces: Costal Posterior The scapula has three borders: Superior Medial Lateral The scapula has three angles: Superior Inferior Lateral The superior angle of the scapula is covered by the trapezius muscle. It is formed at the point where the medial and lateral borders meet and provides attachment for the levator scapulae muscle and omohyoid muscle. Learn more about the anatomy of the scapula in this tutorial