Published in Medical Imaging Week, July 10th, 2004
Scientists in the United States conducted a study "to analyze total, trabecular, and cortical bone mineral density (BMD) of different regions of the glenoid."
"Soft tissue was dissected from 20 cadaveric shoulders, and the glenoids were isolated," explained J.T. Lehtinen and coauthors at Harvard Medical School. "Axial peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT) scans perpendicular to the articular surface were performed at the middle level of each (superior, middle, and inferior) horizontal third of the glenoid, and the total, trabecular, and cortical BMDs of the...
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