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Table 1 Patient demographics and concomitant procedures

From: Biceps tenotomy versus tenodesis: patient-reported outcomes and satisfaction

DemographicsTenodesisTenotomy
 Participants111104
 Male (%)80 (72%)48 (46%)
 Female (%)31 (28%)56 (54%)
 Mean age ± SD58.9 ± 8.863.5 ± 8.6
 L (R) shoulder35 (76)33 (71)
 Follow-up time, months, mean (range)30.7 (22–43)38.4 (22–57)
Procedures performed concurrently,N(%)
 RCR with or without SAD56 (51)64 (61)
 AC joint resection30 (27)8 (8)
 SAD18 (16)30 (29)
 Debridement of tear/joint ± RCR7 (6)2 (2)
  1. Tenodesis patient demographic information along with concomitant procedures performed in the tenotomy and tenodesis cohorts, and the number of patients that received each. There were significantly more female tenotomy patients (P < 0.01) and the mean age was higher relative to tenodesis patients (P < 0.01)
  2. SD standard deviation, RCR rotator cuff repair, SAD subacromial decompression, AC acromioclavicular