Quantification of a glenoid defect with three-dimensional computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging: a cadaveric study.

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Bone loss of the glenoid is a common finding in anterior glenohumeral instability. Several methods to measure the size of a glenoid defect have been described but have not been validated. In this study, 14 cadaver glenoids with a randomly created anteroinferior glenoid defect were used for validation of the so-called circle method. Measurements were done by… (More)

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@article{Huijsmans2007QuantificationOA, title={Quantification of a glenoid defect with three-dimensional computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging: a cadaveric study.}, author={Pol E Huijsmans and Pieter Stijn Haen and Martin Kidd and Wouter J. A. Dhert and Victor P. M. van der Hulst and Willemien J C T Willems}, journal={Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery}, year={2007}, volume={16 6}, pages={803-9} }