The radiographic acromiohumeral interval is affected by arm and radiographic beam position

@article{Fehringer2008TheRA,
  title={The radiographic acromiohumeral interval is affected by arm and radiographic beam position},
  author={E. Fehringer and C. E. Rosipal and David A. Rhodes and A. J. Lauder and S. Puumala and C. Feschuk and M. Mormino and D. Hartigan},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={37},
  pages={535-539}
}
  • E. Fehringer, C. E. Rosipal, +5 authors D. Hartigan
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Skeletal Radiology
  • ObjectiveThe objective was to determine whether arm and radiographic beam positional changes affect the acromiohumeral interval (AHI) in radiographs of healthy shoulders.Materials and methodsControlling for participant’s height and position as well as radiographic beam height and angle, from 30 right shoulders of right-handed males without shoulder problems four antero-posterior (AP) radiographic views each were obtained in defined positions. Three independent, blinded physicians measured the… CONTINUE READING

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