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Figure 2: Posterior view of the suprascapular nerve block using the Dangoisse technique. Landmarks are indicated as follows: acromion and lateral end of the scapular spine (a), medial end of the scapular spine (b), midpoint of the scapular spine (c), inferior angle of the scapula (d), and lateral border of the scapula (e). The needle is aligned 2 cm superior to the midpoint of the scapular spine parallel to the blade of the scapula.

Figure 2: Posterior view of the suprascapular nerve block using the Dangoisse technique. Landmarks are indicated as follows: acromion and lateral end of the scapular spine (a), medial end of the scapular spine (b), midpoint of the scapular spine (c), inferior angle of the scapula (d), and lateral border of the scapula (e). The needle is aligned 2 cm superior to the midpoint of the scapular spine parallel to the blade of the scapula.