Anterior translation of humeral headin gleno humeral joint: Comparison between limb dominance and gender using ultrasono graphy

Leonard H. Joseph, Rizuana Iqbal Hussain, Amaramalar Selvi Naicker, Ohnmar Htwe, Ubon Pirunsan, Aatit Paungmali

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Introduction: The anteriortranslationofhumeralhead(ATHH) inglenoidcavityisoneof the commonlyevaluatedmeasurestodiagnoseglenohumeraljoint(GHJ)disorders.Itisnot clear thatlimbdominanceandgenderaffecttheATHHinglenoidcavity.Anunderstanding on sucheffectsisimportantforclinicianstoevaluateshoulderdisorders. Aim: This studycomparestheATHHbetweengenderandlimbdominanceamonghealthy individuals. Material andmethods: A totalof20participants(12femalesand8males) withmean±SD of 34±5.4 yearsofageparticipatedinthisstudy. Alloftheparticipantsreportednoshoulder pain, shoulderinjuryoverthepasttwoyears, andhadfullrangeofshouldermovementsat the timeoftesting. Participantswithahistoryofshouldersurgeryandthoseinvolvedin any formsofoverheadsportswereexcluded.Areal-timeultrasonographywasusedto measure theATHHinGHJduringaforceof80NappliedtoGHJ.Independentsample t-test and pairedsample t-test wereusedtoanalyzethedifferencesinATHHbetweenlimb dominance andgender. Results anddiscussion: The mean±SD ofATHHwas0.16±0.08 cmand0.13±0.08 cmin dominant andnon-dominantshoulder,respectively. Therewasnostatisticallysignificant difference inATHH(t19=1.52, p=.14,95%CI -0.01to0.07)betweendominantandnon- dominant shoulders.Therewasnosignificant differenceinATHHbetweenmaleandfemale participants(t18=1.90, p=.97,95%CI -0.08to0.84).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)89-94
Number of pages6
JournalPolish Annals of Medicine
Volume20
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Keywords

  • Gender
  • Humeral head
  • Limb dominance
  • Shoulder
  • Translation
  • Ultrasound

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  • Medicine(all)

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Anterior translation of humeral headin gleno humeral joint : Comparison between limb dominance and gender using ultrasono graphy. / Joseph, Leonard H.; Iqbal Hussain, Rizuana; Selvi Naicker, Amaramalar; Htwe, Ohnmar; Pirunsan, Ubon; Paungmali, Aatit.

In: Polish Annals of Medicine, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2013, p. 89-94.

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