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Table 4 Longitudinal associations between change in hip effusion-synovitis, any hip BMLs and cartilage defects

From: Quantification of hip effusion-synovitis and its cross-sectional and longitudinal associations with hip pain, MRI findings and early radiographic hip OA

Study factor Any hip BMLs Hip Cartilage defects
Resolved Incident Persistent Incident Persistent
Adjusted PR (95%CI) Adjusted PR (95%CI) Adjusted PR (95%CI) Adjusted PR (95%CI) Adjusted PR (95%CI)
Change in hip effusion-synovitis CSA
 Model 1 0.65 (0.30, 1.43) 1.31 (0.62, 2.75) 0.94 (0.46, 1.91) 2.23 (1.01, 4.91) 0.99 (0.88, 1.12)
 Model 2 0.67 (0.32, 1.39) 1.25 (0.66, 2.33) 0.94 (0.49, 1.80) 2.23 (1.00, 4.97) 1.00 (0.89, 1.33)
  1. Independent variable: presence of structural/ radiographic factors. Dependent variable: change in hip effusion-synovitis size
  2. PR (95%CI) = prevalence ratios (95% confidence intervals)
  3. Mode1 1 = prevalence ratios (95% confidence intervals) adjusted for age, sex, body mass index at phase 2
  4. Mode1 2 = prevalence ratios (95% confidence intervals) adjusted for age, sex, body mass index, presence of hip BMLs, presence of cartilage defects at phase 2
  5. Bold indicates statistically significant results
  6. CSA cross-sectional area