Significant differences in femoral torsion values depending on the CT measurement technique

@inproceedings{Kaiser2016SignificantDI,
  title={Significant differences in femoral torsion values depending on the CT measurement technique},
  author={Peter K Kaiser and Ren{\'e} Attal and Mark Kammerer and Michael Thauerer and Lea Hamberger and Raul Mayr and Werner Schmoelz},
  booktitle={Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery},
  year={2016}
}
This study compared the feasibility of six different CT-based measurement techniques for establishing an indication for derotational osteotomy in the cases of patellar instability or femoral fracture. CT scans of 52 single human cadaver femora were measured using six different torsion measurement techniques (described by Waidelich, Murphy, and Yoshioka on transverse images and Hernandez, Jarrett, and Yoshioka on oblique images). All measurements were performed by four observers twice to assess… CONTINUE READING
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