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The normal 3D gleno-humeral relationship and anatomy of the glenoid planes

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Knowledge of the normal and pathological three-dimensional (3D) gleno-humeral relationship is imperative when planning and performing a total shoulder arthroplasty. Currently, two-dimensional (2D) parameters are used to describe this anatomy and despite the fact that these 2D measurements have a wide distribution in the normal population, they are commonly accepted. This broad distribution can be explained on one hand by anatomical factors and on the other hand, by positional errors. A 3D CT-scan reconstruction and evaluation can overcome this shortcoming and can be used to determine more accurately the surgical planes on the normal and pathological shoulder joint. There is, however, no consensus on which references should be used when studying this 3D relationship. This thesis describes the normal 3D gleno-humeral relationship and the best glenoid plane to use in surgery, based on 3D CT-scan. Furthermore, a glenoid aiming device that can be of surgical help in the reconstruction of the normal glenoid anatomy was developed based on these measurements.
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3D CT-scan, Shoulder arthroplasty, Anthropometric, Glenoid component positioning, Glenoid positioning device, COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY-SCAN, PROXIMAL HUMERUS, PROSTHETIC DESIGN, VERSION, VAULT, SHAPE, OSTEOARTHRITIS, VARIABILITY, GEOMETRY, CAVITY

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Verstraeten, Tom, Lieven De Wilde, and Jan Victor. 2018. “The Normal 3D Gleno-humeral Relationship and Anatomy of the Glenoid Planes.” Journal of the Belgian Society of Radiology 102 (1).
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Verstraeten, T., De Wilde, L., & Victor, J. (2018). The normal 3D gleno-humeral relationship and anatomy of the glenoid planes. JOURNAL OF THE BELGIAN SOCIETY OF RADIOLOGY, 102(1).
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Verstraeten T, De Wilde L, Victor J. The normal 3D gleno-humeral relationship and anatomy of the glenoid planes. JOURNAL OF THE BELGIAN SOCIETY OF RADIOLOGY. 2018;102(1).
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Verstraeten, Tom, Lieven De Wilde, and Jan Victor. “The Normal 3D Gleno-humeral Relationship and Anatomy of the Glenoid Planes.” JOURNAL OF THE BELGIAN SOCIETY OF RADIOLOGY 102.1 (2018): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {Knowledge of the normal and pathological three-dimensional (3D) gleno-humeral relationship is imperative when planning and performing a total shoulder arthroplasty. Currently, two-dimensional (2D) parameters are used to describe this anatomy and despite the fact that these 2D measurements have a wide distribution in the normal population, they are commonly accepted. This broad distribution can be explained on one hand by anatomical factors and on the other hand, by positional errors. A 3D CT-scan reconstruction and evaluation can overcome this shortcoming and can be used to determine more accurately the surgical planes on the normal and pathological shoulder joint. There is, however, no consensus on which references should be used when studying this 3D relationship. This thesis describes the normal 3D gleno-humeral relationship and the best glenoid plane to use in surgery, based on 3D CT-scan. Furthermore, a glenoid aiming device that can be of surgical help in the reconstruction of the normal glenoid anatomy was developed based on these measurements.},
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  author       = {Verstraeten, Tom and De Wilde, Lieven and Victor, Jan},
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  journal      = {JOURNAL OF THE BELGIAN SOCIETY OF RADIOLOGY},
  keyword      = {3D CT-scan,Shoulder arthroplasty,Anthropometric,Glenoid component positioning,Glenoid positioning device,COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY-SCAN,PROXIMAL HUMERUS,PROSTHETIC DESIGN,VERSION,VAULT,SHAPE,OSTEOARTHRITIS,VARIABILITY,GEOMETRY,CAVITY},
  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {The normal 3D gleno-humeral relationship and anatomy of the glenoid planes},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/jbsr.1346},
  volume       = {102},
  year         = {2018},
}

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