@misc{oai:niigata-u.repo.nii.ac.jp:00034033,
author = {Suzuki, Hayato},
month = {2020-08-31, 2020-08-31},
note = {Purpose: Anatomical sacral slope (a-SS), a pelvic anatomical parameter that does not require the center of the femoral head, strongly correlates with pelvic incidence (PI) during three-dimensional measurements in normal subjects. Sagittal alignment of spinal and pelvic parameters is typically evaluated using two-dimensional radiographs; however, the relationship between a-SS and PI has not been evaluated using radiographs. This study aimed to evaluate the correlation between a-SS and other spinal and pelvic parameters using radiographs. Methods: We evaluated 144 healthy women. Using sagittal radiographs, we measured lumbar lordosis (LL), thoracic kyphosis, PI, SS, pelvic tilt, and a-SS, which were defined as the angle between the superior end plate of S1 and a line perpendicular to the anterior pelvic plane. Pearson coefficients were used to determine correlations, and intraobserver and interobserver intraclass correlation coefficients (ICCs) were used for validation. Results: There was a strong correlation between PI and a-SS (r ¼ 0.756). Moreover, correlations between a-SS and LL and between PI and LL were similar (r ¼ 0.661 and r ¼ 0.554, respectively). The intraobserver ICCs were 0.884 for a-SS and 0.840 for PI. The interobserver ICCs were 0.856 for a-SS and 0.653 for PI. Conclusion: a-SS was strongly correlated with PI. The correlation between a-SS and LL was equivalent to the correlation between PI and LL. Moreover, the ICC for a-SS was larger than that of PI. This study suggests that a-SS is a useful new pelvic anatomical parameter that can be used instead of PI., Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery. 2019, 28(1), 1-5., 新大院博(医)甲第942号},
title = {Anatomical sacral slope, a new pelvic parameter, is associated with lumbar lordosis and pelvic incidence in healthy Japanese women : A retrospective cross-sectional study},
year = {}
}