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Table 6 Comparison of the averages and ranges of the scapular notch dimensions presented in literature

From: Morphometry of the suprascapular notch: correlation with scapular dimensions and clinical relevance

  Average ± SD (cm) Range min-max (cm) N
  W D W D  
Rengachary et al.      211
Type II 1.67±0.51 0.97±0.35 / /  
Type III 1.01±0.27 1.12±0.37 / /  
Type IV 0.81±0.22 0.93±0.47 / /  
Thicker et al.      79
WP / / 0.5-1.7 0.4-1.2  
Wang et al.      295
WP 1.29±0.41 0.71±0.27 / /  
Our study      500
WP 0.96±0.36 0.57±0.23 0.10-1.90 0.10-3.10  
Type II 1.22±0.36 0.53±0.15 0.50-3.10 0.20-1.00  
Type III 0.90±0.24 0.73±0.22 0.40-1.70 0.20-1.60  
Type IV 0.79±0.22 0.48±0.15 0.30-1.40 0.10-1.10  
  1. SD standard deviation, W width; D depth.
  2. WP whole population, N number of the sample.