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Table 2 Descriptive data of the 5 selected articles

From: Patient-Reported Outcome questionnaires for hip arthroscopy: a systematic review of the psychometric evidence

Authors (Year) Questionnaire Study Population Time of administration Target Population
Chirstensen et al. (2003) [21] NAHS Hip pain >6 months, no abnormalities RX
N = 48/17
19♂, 29♀/6♂, 11♀
33y (range 16-45)/32y
Clinical visit Young patients with hip pain pre- and postoperative
Martin et al. (2006) [22] HOS Labral tear
N = 507 (263 operation)
232♂, 273♀
38y (SD 13y, range 13-66)
Pre-operative Patients with labral tears (conservative + operative)
Martin et al. (2007) [23] HOS Hip arthroscopy
N = 107
51♂, 56♀
42y (SD 14, median 44.2, range 14-79)
Post-operative follow-up 3.1y (SD 0.49, range 2-4.6) Hip arthroscopy patients >2 years
Martin et al. (2008) [24] HOS Hip arthroscopy
N = 126
59♂, 67♀
41y (SD 16, range 13-80)
Pre-operative. Post-operative 7 months Hip arthroscopy patients
Potter et al. (2005) [20] MHHS Hip arthroscopy labral tears
N = 33
14♂, 19♀
34.6y (range 21-56y)
Post-operative mean follow-up 25.7 months (range 13-55 months) Hip arthroscopy patients - labral tears
  1. MHHS = Modified Harris Hip Score. NAHS = Nonarthritic Hip Score. HOS = Hip Outcome Score. N = number of subjects involved in the study./= different study population. Y = years. SD = standard deviation. RX = radiographs. Target Population = target population as used in articles.