Posterior glenohumeral subluxation: active and passive stabilization in a biomechanical model.

@article{Blasier1997PosteriorGS,
  title={Posterior glenohumeral subluxation: active and passive stabilization in a biomechanical model.},
  author={Ralph B Blasier and Louis J Soslowsky and David M. Malicky and Margaret L. Palmer},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume},
  year={1997},
  volume={79 3},
  pages={433-40}
}
UNLABELLED We examined the role of the glenohumeral and coracohumeral ligaments as well as the forces provided by the rotator cuff muscles, the long head of the biceps, the anterior and middle deltoids, and the pectoralis major in the stabilization of the glenohumeral joint in the posterior direction. Simulated muscle forces were mechanically applied to eight shoulder specimens. The humeroscapular position for testing simulated the 90-degree forward-flexion (humerothoracic) position used… CONTINUE READING

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