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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of the study population and the distribution of diagnoses

From: Shoulder pain and disability index: cross cultural validation and evaluation of psychometric properties of the Spanish version

Characteristic Cases (%) Age (years) Mean (sd)
Study Population 136 49.8 ± 15.0
 Male 61 (44.9 %) 46.8 ± 15.3
 Female 75 (55.1 %) 52.2 ± 14.4
 Diagnosis
  Humerus Fractures 29 (21.3 %)  
  Calcific Tendinopathy 16 (11.8 %)  
  Rotator cuff tear 24 (17.6 %)  
  Osteoarthritis 3 (2.2 %)  
  Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain 2 (1.5 %)  
  Biceps Tendinopathy 30 (22.1 %)  
  Frozen shoulder 10 (7.4 %)  
  Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 4 (2.9 %)  
  Avascular Necrosis 3 (2.2 %)  
  Glenohumeral Instability 9 (6.6 %)  
  Othersa 6 (4.4 %)  
Questionnaires Scores Mean (SD)
 Shoulder Pain Disability Index 58.5 (22.2)  
 Mental Health SF-12 38.2 (9.0)  
 Physical Health SF-12 47.5 (11.0)  
 Simple Shoulder Test 34.5 (24.14)  
 Disability of Arm, Shoulder and Hand 48.1 (20.4)  
 Visual Analogue Scale 4.0 (2.6)  
  1. aMinor-Heterogeneous shoulder disorders: Polymyalgia reumathic (2), Acromioclavicular Luxation (2), Unspecific Shoulder Pain (2)