Rotator cuff is/are formed by all except -

Rotator cuff is/are formed by all except -

  1. Supraspinatus

  2. Infraspinatus

  3. Teres minor

  4. Teres major

  5. Subscapularis


The rotator cuff is a group of tendons and muscles in the shoulder, connecting the upper arm (humerus) to the shoulder blade (scapula). The rotator cuff tendons provide stability to the shoulder; the muscles allow the shoulder to rotate.

The muscles in the rotator cuff include:

  •    Teres minor
  •    Infraspinatus
  •    Supraspinatus
  •    Subscapularis

Each muscle of the rotator cuff inserts at the scapula, and has a tendon that attaches to the humerus. Together, the tendons and other tissues form a cuff around the humerus.