• Study: 3-D CT scans reliably measured linear bone loss on the glenoid

    4 days ago - By Healio

    Recently published results showed that despite the reliability and reproducibility of 3-D CT scans for measuring linear bone loss on the glenoid, there was a high level of variability and poor interobserver reliability for the evaluation of Hill-Sachs lesions. Matthew C. Evans, MBBS, FRACS, and colleagues acquired 3-D images from CT scans of 71 patients with unilateral anteroinferior shoulder instability. Researchers provided an en face view of both glenoid fossae and three views of the humeral head to four assessors who determined interobserver reliability. To determine intraobserver...
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