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Table 1 Main characteristics of the subjects from included studies

From: Imaging modality for measuring the presence and extent of the labral lesions of the shoulder: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Study, year No. of patients Age, years
mean (range)
Sex (M/F) No. of shoulders Clinical indication of shoulder Methods Final diagnosis of included patients
Flannigan, et al. 1990 [31] 23 45 (16–68) 18/5 23 Shoulder pain MRI/MRA Labral tears
Chandnani, et al. 1993 [32] 30 27 (19–39) NA 30 Shoulder pain MRA/CTA Labral tears
Sano, et al. 1996 [33] 47 24 (14–45) 39/8 47 Shoulder pain MRA/CTA Labral tears
Wallny, et al. 1998 [34] 28 43 (21–63) 19/9 28 Clinically suspected labral injuries MRI/MRA Labral tears
Herold, et al. 2003 [38] 35 47.3 (18–67) 26/9 35 Acute or chronic shoulder disorder MRI/MRA SLAP
Reuss, et al. 2006 [35] 83 NA NA 83 Shoulder pain MRI/MRA SLAP
Dinauer, et al. 2007 [15] 104 40 (18–65) 82/22 104 Mechanical symptoms MRI/MRA SLAP
Magee, et al. 2009 [17] 150 31 (14–50) 109/41 150 Shoulder pain MRI/MRA SLAP/Posterior/Anterior
Major, et al. 2011 [36] 42 33 28/14 42 Shoulder pain MRI/MRA Superior/Posterior/Anterior
Fallahi, et al. 2013 [37] 91 35 (15–70) 74/17 91 Shoulder pain MRI/MRA Labral tears
Mahmoud, et al. 2013 [39] 31 21–70 24/7 31 Shoulder lesion MRA/CTA SLAP/Bankart
Moroder, et al. 2013 [23] 48 30.8 (20–78) 40/8 48 Anterior shoulder instability MRI/CT Glenoid defect (bony)
Sheridan, et al. 2015 [22] 444 49 271/173 444 Shoulder pain MRI/MRA SLAP
El-Liethy, et al. 2016 [21] 60 35 (14–55) NA 60 Trauma, shoulder pain, dislocation MRI/MRA Labral tears
  1. NA No available. SLAP Superior labrum anterior-to-posterior