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Table 2 Main characteristics of the included studies

From: Diagnostic accuracy of MRA and MRI for the bursal-sided partial-thickness rotator cuff tears: a meta-analysis

StudyCountryInclusion intervalStudy designGold standardTime from MRI/MRA to gold standard, mean days (range)BlindingNo. of readersReader experience (years)
Fritz et al. (2007)USA04.2000–07.2004RSA or surgery98 (89–108)NR2NR
Magee et al. (2009)USA01.2007–07.2007RSA11 (1–30)Yes210/10
Oh et al. (2009)Korea03.2006–06.2006PSA1No2NR
Chun et al. (2010)KoreaNRRSA180 (20–150)Yes2> 10
Choo et al. (2012)Korea08.2010–04.2011RSANRNo2Yes
Modi et al. (2013)UK11.2006–07.2011RSANRNR3Yes
Lee et al. (2014)Korea03.2011–07.2012RSA< 5Yes18
Choo (2015)Korea01.2011–12.2013RSA7.5 (0–70)Yes18
Farshad-Amacker et al. (2015)Switzerland2002–2010RSANRNRNRNR
Lee et al. (2015)Korea03.2011–09.2013RSANRYes210/7
Lo et al. (2016)China01.2012–07.2013RSANRYes220/5
Perez et al. (2018)USA01.2010–10.2016RSANRYesNRNR
  1. P prospective, R retrospective, MRA magnetic resonance angiography, MRI magnetic resonance imaging, NR not reported, SA shoulder arthroscopy