All the following statements regarding Sprengel’s shoulder are correct except: (AIIMS May 2009)
|A||It represents failure of descent of the scapula from the cervical spine|
|B||Shoulder movements are always full and painless|
|C||Scapula is small and abnormally high|
|D||Associated vertebral or rib anomalies are quite common|
Shoulder movements are always full and painless
a. In a full blown Sprengel’s shoulder the child has obvious asymmetry of the shoulders with elevation and underdevelopment of the affected side.
b. The scapula is small and abnormally high. Clavicle may also be affected. It represents failure of descent of scapula from cervical spine. Shoulder movements are restricted in a majority of patients