Skip to main page content home all issues feedback subscribe rss email alerts help user name password sign in sign in to gain access to subscriptions and/or my tools. Search this journal go advanced search hip morphological characteristics and range of internal rotation in femoroacetabular impingement emmanuel a. Audenaert , md * , †, ian peeters †, lara vigneron ‡, nick baelde ⧠and christophe pattyn † †department of orthopaedic surgery and traumatology, ghent university hospital, ghent, belgium ‡orthopaedic department, concept development team, materialise nv, leuven, belgium â§department of radiology, az jan palfijn, ghent, belgium investigation performed at ghent university hospital, ghent, belgium ↵ * emmanuel a. Audenaert, md, department of orthopaedic surgery and traumatology, ghent university hospital, de pintelaan 185, b-9000 ghent, belgium (e-mail: emmanuel. Audenaert{at}ugent. Be ). viagra online cheap こちらどうぞ Abstract background: radiographic features specifically related to the occurrence of femoroacetabular impingement (fai) appear to be highly prevalent in the asymptomatic population. It remains unclear, however, how these incidental findings should be interpreted clinically and which other variables might differentiate between true incidental findings and preclinical patients. Purpose: to study the association between cam and overall hip morphological characteristics and range of motion in impingement patients, asymptomatic patients (healthy patients with radiographic features specific to fai), and healthy controls. Study design: cross-sectional study; level of evidence, 3. Methods: morphological parameters describing cam and overall hip anatomy were obtained from 30 patients (10 per subgroup) with use of 3-dimensional computational methods. In addition, the range of internal rotation in high flexion activities was evaluated, and it.