Morphological & Morphometric Analysis Of Glenoid Cavity Of Dry Scapula In Central India Population
BACKGROUND: When performing shoulder arthroplasty, particularly those involving the glenoid component of the shoulder joint, it is necessary to have knowledge of normal variations in the shape and size of the glenoid fossa in order to increase efficacy and reduce failure rates. There aren't many studies on the Central Indian population's glenoid morphology. The goal of the current review was to decide morphological sorts and distances across of glenoid fossa in grown-up Central Indian scapulae.MATERIAL AND METHODS: 150 dried scapulae were obtained from L.N. Medical college, Bhopal. The measurements of length and breadth of glenoid cavity were taken with the help of digital vernier calipers and shape of glenoid cavity was observed. RESULTS: The average length of glenoid cavity is 39.3 ± 5.4 mm and average breadth of glenoid cavity is 24.27 ± 2.6 mm. most common shape of glenoid cavity was pear shape (62%), followed by Inverted comma shape (19%) followed by oval shape (19%). CONCLUSION: Anatomical knowledge of shapes and dimensions of glenoid cavity are important for forensic experts, orthopedic surgeons, anatomists, and anthropologists.
2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31
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Dr. Roshni Chaturvedi , Dr. Shema K. Nair. (2022). Morphological & Morphometric Analysis Of Glenoid Cavity Of Dry Scapula In Central India Population. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 3753–3760. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S10.455