Pelvic Tilt Calculator

This calculator is designed to assist in the calculation of acetabular component alignment values, based on sagittal tilt of the pelvis.

Radiographic definitions anteversion and inclination are used1.  Neutral pelvis is defined as 0° sagittal tilt and anterior pelvic tilt is defined as positive.

Starting position:

Finishing position:

1. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 1993 Mar;75(2):228-32.
The definition and measurement of acetabular orientation.
Murray DW.

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