Congenital glenoid dysplasia
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- Currarino, G., Sheffield, E. & Twickler, D. Pediatric Radiology (1998) 28: 30. doi:10.1007/s002470050287
Glenoid dysplasia is an anomaly of the scapula characterized by underdevelopment of the bony glenoid and adjacent part of the scapular neck which may be seen as a primary isolated condition, in patients with multiple anomalies or ill-defined syndromes, in well-described syndromes, in mucopolysaccharidoses and related conditions, and in certain skeletal dysplasias. The general subject of glenoid dysplasia is reviewed with reference to descriptions in the literature and personal observations.