Reliability of a new shoulder laxometer to assess inferior glenohumeral joint translation.


OBJECTIVE This study tested the reliability of the ORI laxometer, a newly developed non-invasive device for testing inferior translation of the humeral head in humans. DESIGN The instrument was designed to measure displacement between the top of the acromion and the head of the humerus when loaded in a similar fashion to the sulcus sign. PARTICIPANTS… (More)


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