Published in Medical Device Business Week, September 5th, 2007
"The purpose of this study was to examine glenoid component stability with regard to the angle of implantation. This investigation entailed a biomechanical analysis to evaluate forces and micromotion in glenoid components attached to 12 polyurethane blocks at - 15 degrees, 0 degrees, and + 15 degrees of superior and inferior tilt. The 15 degrees inferior tilt had the most uniform compressive forces...
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