INTERNATIONAL ORTHOPAEDICS, vol.40, no.5, pp.885-889, 2016 (Journal Indexed in SCI)
Article / Article
Title of Journal :
Joint hyperlaxity, Acetabular dysplasia, Centre-edge angle, Acetabular angle, Shoulder instability, HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS, CONGENITAL DISLOCATION, LAXITY, ADULT, JAPAN, MEN
Purpose Some patients with shoulder laxity complain of coxalgia without a history of trauma. We hypothesised that patients who have recurrent shoulder instability accompanied with generalised joint hyperlaxity tend to have acetabular dysplasia.