Frederick A. Matsen III, M.D. en Shoulder Arthritis / Rotator Cuff Tears: causes of shoulder pain - Hace 1 semana
Is premorbid glenoid anatomy altered in patients with glenohumeral osteoarthritis? These authors sought to determine whether the glenoid vault had different anatomical orientation in arthritic than in normal shoulders. They obtained bilateral CT scans in in 27 patients with unilateral glenohumeral osteoarthritis. Thirty normal cadaver control shoulders also underwent CT scans. Arthritic shoulders had an average of 16 ± 11 degrees of retroversion as compared to 7 ± 5 on the contralateral side and 7 ± 4 for control cadavers. However, the glenoid vault anatomy for pathologic shoulder..