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Table 1 Subject characteristics

From: Interrater reliability of clinical tests to evaluate scapulothoracic motion

  Patients Controls
Number 19 20
Female/male 9/10 15/5
Mean age, yrs (SD, range) 46 (15, 21–66) 32 (9, 20–55)
Dominant hand: right/left 19/0 17/3
Shoulder tested: right/left 11/8 10/10
Mean symptom duration, mths (SD, range) 26 (29, 1–120) ---
SPADI a); mean (SD, range)   
  Overall (0–100) 17 (12, 4–48) ---
  Pain (0–100) 24 (17, 6–64) ---
  Disability (0–100) 12 (10, 0–39) ---
  Diagnoses (number)   
  Rotator cuff repair 4 ---
  SLAPb) lesion 2 ---
  Glenohumeral instability 2 ---
  Osteosynthesis (humerus, clavicle) 2 ---
  Shoulder impingement 1 ---
  Rotator cuff tear 1 ---
  Capsulotomy 1 ---
  Nonspecific shoulder pain 6 ---
Other complaints (number) 9 (47%) 6 (30%)
  Cervical spine 5 3
  Lumbar spine 4 4
  Hand 4 1
  Ellbow 3 ---
  Head 2 ---
  Thoracic spine --- 1
Sports on a regular basis (number) 17 (89%) 18 (90%)
  Gym 4 7
  Jogging 6 6
  Skiing, wintersport 4 4
  Biking 3 5
  Swimming 3 2
  Horse-riding 1 3
  Volleyball/tennis 3 2
  Climbing --- 4
  Golf 2 ---
  Other 7 4
  1. a) SPADI = Shoulder Pain and Disability Index; b) SLAP = Superior Labrum Anterior to Posterior.