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Table 5 Comparison of PROs between high level and recreational tennis players

From: Return to play after hip arthroscopy among tennis players: outcomes with minimum five-year follow-up

 Competitive (n = 12)Recreational (n = 18)P-value
mHHS (mean, SD)
 Pre69.7 ± 12.665.9 ± 18.90.607
 Latest95.6 ± 8.383.0 ± 17.70.075
 Pre-Post P-Value0.0160.009 
 Δ25.8 ± 16.417.5 ± 25.20.433
NAHS (mean, SD)
 Pre72.0 ± 16.263.5 ± 17.50.249
 Latest94.6 ± 10.484.2 ± 19.00.130
 Pre-Post P-Value0.0470.002 
 Δ20.4 ± 18.020.3 ± 24.20.991
HOS-SSS (mean, SD)
 Pre54.9 ± 25.048.0 ± 25.40.521
 Latest91.7 ± 22.071.9 ± 24.70.027
 Pre-Post P-Value0.0630.058 
 Δ34.9 ± 36.420.8 ± 33.70.381
VAS (mean, SD)
 Pre5.4 ± 1.85.4 ± 2.50.98
 Latest0.4 ± 0.82.4 ± 2.80.041
 Pre-Post P-Value0.016< 0.001 
 Δ−4.8 ± 2.0−3.2 ± 2.50.146
IHOT (mean, SD)91.4 ± 18.576.0 ± 28.60.062
SF-12 Mental (mean, SD)59.0 ± 3.258.8 ± 3.00.535
SF-12 Physical (mean, SD)55.5 ± 2.450.4 ± 9.50.058
VR-12 Mental (mean, SD)64.4 ± 2.763.0 ± 3.80.535
VR-12 Physical (mean, SD)56.3 ± 2.151.4 ± 9.10.058
Patient Satisfaction (mean, SD)8.4 ± 2.97.8 ± 3.40.757
  1. Bold text: statistically significant
  2. PROs Patient reported outcomes, Δ Delta, mHHS Modified Harris Hip Score, NAHS Non-Arthritic Hip Score, HOS-SSS Hip Outcome Score-Sport Specific Subscale, VAS Visual analog scale, iHOT-12 International Hip Outcome Tool, VR-12P and VR-12 M The physical and mental components of the Veterans RAND 12-Item Health Survey, respectively, SF-12P and SF-12 M, respectively The physical and mental components of the Short Form 12, respectively