[True orientation of the acetabulum as determined by CAT scan. Preliminary results (author's transl)].


Valid clinical correlations with biomechanical data require three-dimensional visualization of a joint, in order to determine the true spatial configuration of the various segments of the part studied. The CAT scan has opened a new pathway in this direction, as it supplies precise mathematical information on the segments explored. An original analytical… (More)


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