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Table 2 Descriptive analysis of the morphometric dimensions of scapulae of suprascapular notch types

From: Morphometric study of suprascapular notch and scapular dimensions in Ugandan dry scapulae with specific reference to the incidence of completely ossified superior transverse scapular ligament

SSN Type Mean (cm) Median (cm) Standard
deviation
Range (cm)
Type I
 A 15.14 15.50 1.004 13.50–16.00
 B 10.39 11.00 1.233 8.300–11.30
 C 3.613 3.650 0.3758 3.000–4.000
 D 2.425 2.550 0.2659 2.000–2.600
Type II
 A 11.90 11.90 0.2098 11.60–12.20
 B 8.817 8.900 1.233 8.300–9.000
 C 3.433 3.400 0.1366 3.300–3.600
 D 2.283 2.250 0.09832 2.200–2.400
Type III
 A 14.37 14.50 0.9320 13.20–15.40
 B 9.970 10.30 0.6996 9.000–10.60
 C 3.448 3.500 0.2213 3.100–3.700
 D 2.735 2.600 0.5449 2.200–3.500
Type IV
 A 15.55 15.90 0.6442 14.50–16.00
 B 10.78 11.00 0.7885 9.500–11.50
 C 3.817 3.900 0.2137 3.500–4.000
 D 2.950 2.800 0.5282 2.400–3.600
Type V
 A 15.50 15.50 0.7071 15.00–16.00
 B 10.45 10.45 0.4950 10.10–10.80
 C 3.650 3.650 0.2121 3.500–3.800
 D 2.650 2.650 0.2121 2.500–2.800
Type VI
 A 13.45 13.20 2.402 11.40–16.00
 B 10.10 9.850 1.667 8.700–12.00
 C 3.325 3.300 0.1258 3.200–3.500
 D 2.275 2.250 0.09574 2.200–2.400
  1. A = the major longitudinal axis of the scapular body; B = the major transversal axis of the scapular body; C = the major longitudinal axis of the glenoid fossa; D = the major transversal axis of the glenoid fossa. SSN Ssuprascapular notch