Alteration of scapula lateral rotation for subjects with the reversed anatomy shoulder replacement and its influence on glenohumeral joint contact force.

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It has previously been reported that motion of the scapula varies for subjects with shoulder joint pathologies and is different from that of normal subjects. In this study, an electromagnetic tracking device was used to measure the three-dimensional scapula motion of nine patients with Bayley-Walker (B-W) reverse anatomy joint replacements. The data were… (More)

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