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Table 3 Correlation between the T-scale and FE/clinical scores at the preoperative and postoperative stages in small-medium tears and large-massive tears. In small-medium tears, significant correlations were not observed between the T-scale and FE at either the preoperative (P = 0.1209) or postoperative stages (P = 0.6662). In large-massive tears. a significant correlation was observed between the T-scale and FE postoperatively (P < 0.0001), although the correlation was not significant preoperatively (P = 0.8242). The JOA score (P < 0.0001) and UCLA score (P = 0.0080) were associated with the postoperative T-scale

From: Translation of the humeral head scale is associated with success of rotator cuff repair for large-massive tears

  preoperative stage postoperative stage
  Correlation Coefficient P Value Correlation Coefficient P Value
Small-Medium tears FE −0.2097 0.1209 −0.0589 0.6662
JOA −0.2378 0.0776 −0.2018 0.2525
UCLA −0.2138 0.1170 −0.2466 0.3755
Large-Massive tears FE −0.0316 0.8242 0.5412 < 0.0001
JOA 0.1357 0.3374 0.5136 < 0.0001
UCLA −0.0222 0.8759 0.3638 0.0080
  1. Correlation between the T-scale and FE/clinical scores at the preoperative and postoperative stages in small-medium
  2. tears and large-massive tears