Isokinetic and isometric measurement of strength of external rotation and abduction of the shoulder.

@article{Kuhlman1992IsokineticAI,
  title={Isokinetic and isometric measurement of strength of external rotation and abduction of the shoulder.},
  author={Joshua R. Kuhlman and Joseph P. Iannotti and Matthew James Kelly and Francis X Riegler and M L Gevaert and Tolga Ergin},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume},
  year={1992},
  volume={74 9},
  pages={1320-33}
}
The strength of active external rotation and of abduction of the shoulder when the humerus was in the plane of the scapula (30 degrees of horizontal flexion anterior to the coronal plane) was measured isokinetically and isometrically in thirty-nine normal volunteers, who were stratified by age and sex. The angles at which peak torque was produced were similar when tested isokinetically and isometrically; these angles were similar for external rotation (at 60 and 30 degrees of internal rotation… CONTINUE READING

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