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Table 2 Patient demographics

From: Examination of concomitant glenohumeral pathologies in patients treated arthroscopically for calcific tendinitis of the shoulder and implications for routine diagnostic joint exploration

Parameter N = 145 %
Gender Male 49 33.8
Female 96 66.2
Mean age at surgery in years1 Max: 76 - Min: 32 50.9 ± 8.9
ICRS cartilage injury – humeral head [23] 0 66 45.5
1 43 29.7
2 34 23.4
3 0 0
4 2 1.4
ICRS cartilage injury – glenoid [23] 0 70 48.3
1 38 26.2
2 35 24.1
3 2 1.4
4 0 0
Previous shoulder surgery At the contralateral side 4 2.6
Intraarticular lesions   2 1.4
Intraarticular Co-pathology Partial tear of the proximal biceps tendon (30% - 50% in relative width) 3 2.1
SLAP lesion 2 1.4
Interval rotator cuff lesion 1 0.7
Capsular type (n = 1 missing) [22] 1 135 93.1
2 2 1.4
3 7 4.8
4 0 0
Intraoperative sublabral foramen Yes 10 6.9
No 131 90.3
Buford complex 4 2.8
Side of injury Left shoulder 66 45.5
Right shoulder 79 54.5
Dominant shoulder 48 33.1
  1. Demographic characteristics of the study population
  2. ICRS International Cartilage Repair Society, SLAP Superior labral tear from anterior to posterior, 1 Mean ± SD