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A CGR mammographic unit was modified to provide a more accurate method of measuring skin thickness. Evaluation of 418 normal patients indicated that skin thickness is greater in men than women, is less in older individuals, and, to a less extent, is greater in more obese patients. Height and race do not have a statistically significant bearing on skin… (More)
The snapping tendon syndrome may be caused by abnormalities of the fascia lata, gluteus maximus muscle, or less commonly, the iliopsoas tendon. One case is reported in which fluoroscopic monitoring after computed tomography-guided injection of contrast material confirmed the diagnosis of snapping iliopsoas tendon syndrome.
Impingement of the rotator cuff beneath the coracoacromial arch without associated rupture of the cuff or reactive bone changes on the undersurface of the acromion is a well established clinical diagnosis. The value of subacromial bursography in the assessment of this condition was investigated in an anatomical study of fifteen cadavera and a clinical study… (More)