Digital fluoroscopic video assessment of glenohumeral migration: Static vs. Dynamic conditions.

  title={Digital fluoroscopic video assessment of glenohumeral migration: Static vs. Dynamic conditions.},
  author={Deydre S. Teyhen and Tansy R Christ and Elissa R Ballas and Carrie W Hoppes and Joshua D Walters and Douglas S. Christie and Gail Dreitzler and Edward J Kane},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  volume={43 7},
The purpose was to compare glenohumeral (GH) migration, during dynamic shoulder elevation and statically held positions using digital fluoroscopic videos (DFV). Thirty male volunteers (25+/-4 years) without right shoulder pathology were analyzed using DFV (30Hz) during arm elevation in the scapular plane. DFV were obtained at the arm at side position, 45 degrees , 90 degrees , and 135 degrees for static and dynamic conditions. GH migration was measured as the distance from the center of the… CONTINUE READING

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