Casper P. Schönhuth

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To direct interventions aimed at improving scapular position and motion in shoulder pathologies, a clinically feasible, objective, sensitive and reliable assessment of scapular dyskinesis is needed. The aim of this study is to evaluate the intra- and inter-observer reliability and the precision of 3D scapula kinematics measurement using wireless sensors of(More)
Measurement of 3D scapular kinematics is meaningful in patients with shoulder pathologies showing scapular dyskinesis. This study evaluates the effect of single and double anatomical calibration (0° and 120°) with a scapula locator compared to standard calibration (using sensor alignment with the spina scapulae and static upright posture, ISEO-protocol) on(More)
BACKGROUND The 'Parsonage-Turner syndrome' (PTS) is a rare but distinct disorder with an abrupt onset of shoulder pain, followed by weakness and atrophy of the upper extremity musculature, and a slow recovery requiring months to years. To our best knowledge, this is the first case describing symptoms and signs of PTS following the administration of a(More)
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