[Radio-cinematographic study of active elevation of the prosthetic shoulder].

@article{Boileau1992RadiocinematographicSO,
  title={[Radio-cinematographic study of active elevation of the prosthetic shoulder].},
  author={Pascal Boileau and Gilles Walch and J. Liotard},
  journal={Revue de chirurgie orthopedique et reparatrice de l'appareil moteur},
  year={1992},
  volume={78 6},
  pages={355-64}
}
In order to verify whether it is possible to reproduce the physiologic anterior elevation of the shoulder with a non constrained Neer type prosthesis, the authors have examined the dynamic comportement of 21 total shoulder arthroplasties. Recording of anterior active elevation with video-fluoroscopy and evaluation glenohumeral motion and scapulothoracic motion allowed to distinguish 3 types of biomechanics after total shoulder replacement. A first group of prosthesis (4 cases) had normal… CONTINUE READING