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Table 5 Summary of reported studies related subacromial impingement treating with clavicular hook plate

From: Relationship between the lateral acromion angle and postoperative persistent pain of distal clavicle fracture treated with clavicle hook plate

Author, referenceYearStudy designCase no. (M/F)Duration of follow-up (mean, month)Impingement rate and RCL rateHardware removal (time after fixation operation, N)
Kashii et al. [23]2006Case series34 (28/6)12.42/34 (5.9%)5.3
Muramatsu et al. [24]2007Case series15 (13/2)15.50/15 (0%)4.5, 12
Meda et al. [25]2006Case series31 (24/7)406/31 (19.4%)5.56
Renger et al. [8]2009Case series44 (29/15)27.433/44 (75%)8.4
Lee et al. [26]2009Case series32 (14/18)26.40/32 (0%)4.8, 32
ElMaraghy et al. [12]2010Cadaveric studies15 (7/8)NA9/15 (60%)NA
Hsu et al. [27]2010Case series35 (23/12)69/35 (25.7%) and 0/35 (0%)12, 35
Leu et al. [28]2012Case series25 (13/12)14.59/25 (36%)5.8, 25
Lin et al. [9]2014Case series40 (30/10)13.615/40 (37.5%) and 6/40 (15%)5.78, 40
Gu et al. [10]2014Case series12 (7/5)NA11/12 (91.7%) and 1/12 (8.3%)NA, 12
Our casesCase series9 (4/5)239/9 (100%) and 7/9 (77.8%)6.7, 9
  1. M male, F female, N number of patients, NA not applicable, RCL rotator cuff lesion