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Table 2 Clinical outcome scores reported in the included studies

From: Open versus arthroscopic Latarjet procedures for the treatment of shoulder instability: a systematic review of comparative studies

Study Arthroscopic Outcome Open Outcomes Significance
Cunningham G, 2016 [10] Walch Duplay score − 88. Persistant apprehension - 4(5.5%) Walch Duplay score − 91. Persistant apprehension - 0(0.0%) Walch Duplay score - no significant difference
Marion B, 2017 [13] VAS (1 week) - 1.2 +/−1.4
WOSI (2 years) - 372.1+/− 140.9
VAS (1 week) - 2.5+/− 1.4
WOSI (2 years) - 451+/− 158.7
VAS p = .002
WOSI p = 0.03
Kordasiewicz B, 2017 [16] Walch - Duplay score - 76.7
Rowe - 78.9
VAS- 1.38
Satisfaction% - 91.9
Residual subjective apprehension - 31%
Walch - Duplay score - 83.9
Rowe - 87.8
VAS- 0.77
Satisfaction% - 96.8
Residual subjective apprehension 28.7%
p < 0.05 for Rowe and Subjective apprehension only. The rest did not reach statistical significance.
Metais P, 2016 [15] Walch - Duplay score – 92.8.
Rowe − 93.4
Walch - Duplay score - 85.9.
Rowe − 83.9
Walch-Duplay score p < 0.0001
Rowe p < 0.0001
Nourissat G, 2016 [14] VAS (30 days) - 1.2 VAS (30 days) - 1.6 VAS (30 days) p = 0.14 (note significantly lower VAS scores were found in arthroscopic group at earlier follow-ups).
WOSI (6 months) - open had significantly better symptoms and sports/recreation/work scores than the arthroscopy group. No significant difference in Lifestyle and Emotion scores.
Zhu Y, 2017 [17] ASES- 93.3+/− 9.9
Constant Murley Socre - 96.5+/− 3.8
Rowe - 97.1+/− 2.5
ASES- 93.0+/− 5.0
Constant Murley Socre - 95.0+/− 4.1
Rowe - 95.4+/− 5.0
ASES p = .917
Constant-Murley p = .223
Rowe p = .181