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Difference in glenoid retroversion between two-dimensional axial computed tomography and three-dimensional reconstructed images

Clinics in Shoulder and Elbow 2020년 23권 2호 p.71 ~ 79
김형석, 유창현, 박수빈, Song Hyun-Seok,
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김형석 ( Kim Hyung-Suk ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Eunpyeong St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Orthopedic Surgery
유창현 ( Yoo Chang-Hyun ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Eunpyeong St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Orthopedic Surgery
박수빈 ( Park Soo-Bin ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Eunpyeong St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Orthopedic Surgery
 ( Song Hyun-Seok ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Eunpyeong St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Orthopedic Surgery

Abstract


Background: The glenoid version of the shoulder joint correlates with the stability of the glenohumeral joint and the clinical results of total shoulder arthroplasty. We sought to analyze and compare the glenoid version measured by traditional axial two-dimensional (2D) computed tomography (CT) and three-dimensional (3D) reconstructed images at different levels.

Methods: A total of 30 cases, including 15 male and 15 female patients, who underwent 3D shoulder CT imaging was randomly selected and matched by sex consecutively at one hospital. The angular difference between the scapular body axis and 2D CT slice axis was measured. The glenoid version was assessed at three levels (midpoint, upper one-third, and center of the lower circle of the glenoid) using Friedman’s method in the axial plane with 2D CT images and at the same level of three different transverse planes using a 3D reconstructed image.

Results: The mean difference between the scapular body axis on the 3D reconstructed image and the 2D CT slice axis was 38.4°. At the level of the midpoint of the glenoid, the measurements were 1.7°±4.9° on the 2D CT images and ?1.8°±4.1° in the 3D reconstructed image. At the level of the center of the lower circle, the measurements were 2.7°±5.2° on the 2D CT images and ?0.5°±4.8° in the 3D reconstructed image. A statistically significant difference was found between the 2D CT and 3D reconstructed images at all three levels.

Conclusions: The glenoid version is measured differently between axial 2D CT and 3D reconstructed images at three levels. Use of 3D reconstructed imaging can provide a more accurate glenoid version profile relative to 2D CT. The glenoid version is measured differently at different levels.

키워드

Shoulder; Scapula; Bone retroversion; Multidetector computed tomography; Three dimensional

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