2005 journal article

The effects of patient positioning and slice selection on canine acetabular angle assessment with computed tomography

Veterinary Radiology Ultrasound, 46(1), 39–43.

By: S. Wang n, K. Mathews*, I. Robertson n, M. Stebbins & B. Trumpatori*

author keywords: acetabular; angle; canine; computed tomography; pelvic tilt; slice
MeSH headings : Acetabulum / anatomy & histology; Acetabulum / diagnostic imaging; Animals; Dogs / anatomy & histology; Pelvis / anatomy & histology; Pelvis / diagnostic imaging; Posture; Reference Values; Tomography, X-Ray Computed / veterinary
TL;DR: Significant variation in AAs with small differences in pelvic tilt and slice selection is found, and the floor of the sacral vertebral canal may be a reasonable landmark for this purpose and deserves further study. (via Semantic Scholar)
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