Demographic and Injury Characteristics of Patients with Pectoralis Major Tendon Injuries*
↵* The mean value (and standard deviation) was 47.8 ± 17.1 months for follow-up, 31.5 ± 7.2 years for patient age, and 28.2 ± 3.3 kg/m2 for BMI.
Clinical and Functional Outcomes After Primary Pectoralis Major Repair
↵* The values are given as the number of patients, with the percentage in parentheses.
↵† The values are given as the mean and the standard deviation.
↵‡ NA = not applicable.
↵§ Strength was determined by the Medical Research Council Muscle Strength Grading Scale.
Complications of Surgically Treated Pectoralis Major Tendon Rupture
↵* The values are given as the number of patients with the given complication, with the percentage in parentheses.
↵† This category included wound breakdown and drainage.
↵‡ Fourteen patients experienced a rerupture; however, one patient had a rerupture twice, resulting in a total of 15 reruptures.
↵§ This category included complex regional pain syndrome and heterotopic ossification.
Univariate Analysis of Risk Factors for Surgical and Cumulative Failure After Pectoralis Major Tendon Repair
↵* The values are given as the odds ratio, with the 95% CI in parentheses.
Multivariate Analysis of Pectoralis Major Tendon Repair Surgical Failure Risk Factors
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