Above the glenoid cavity or fossa.

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su·pra·gle·noid -'glen-.ȯid, -'glēn- adj situated or occurring superior to the glenoid cavity

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su·pra·gle·noid (soo″prə-gleґnoid) superior to the glenoid cavity.

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