Superior transverse scapular ligament
The superior transverse scapular ligament stretches above the suprascapular notch of the scapula, transforming it into a foramen or opening. The suprascapular foramen serves for the passage of the suprascapular nerve.
The ligament is attached to the coracoid process of the scapula, and at its other end - to the medial edge of the suprascapular notch (also known as the scapular notch).
Sometimes the superior transverse scapular ligament becomes ossified.