The deltoid (shoulder muscle)
The deltoid muscle is located around the shoulder at the top. There is a deltoid muscle that is located on each shoulder.
The main purpose of the deltoid muscle is to control the movement of the shoulder. The deltoid muscle also allows you to rotate your arms. The deltoid muscle is located at the top of the arm in the back.
The deltoid is your shoulder muscle.
A deltoid muscle is the muscle that forms the rounded part of the shoulder.
The deltoid muscle is muscle used to move your arm. The deltoid's insertion is at the deltoid tuberosity of humerus. The deltoid is responsible for flexion and medial rotation of the humerus.
attaches deltoid muscle
The deltoid muscle looks like a large "D" covering the shoulder. There are three parts to it: The anterior deltoid which is commonly called front delts, The lateral deltoids or side delts, and the posterior deltoid or rear delts. The anterior deltoid's (front delts') origin is the clavicle, the lateral's (side delts') origin is the acromion process of the scapula and the posterior's (rear delts') origin is the spine of the scapula. The insertion for all is the deltoid tuberosity on the humerus.
The deltoid is very interesting muscle. It arise from the outer and lateral border of the clavicle and outer and lateral border of the spine of the scapula. From the corresponding inner border, you have insertion of the trapezius muscle. The deltoid muscle is inserted on the deltoid tuberosity on the lateral and middle part of the humerus bone. So it looks that the trapezius muscle continue as the deltoid muscle.
=ANSWER:==The deltoid is not a bone but a muscle in your shoulder.=
what bones are connected to the deltoid