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Table 3 Association of Active Horizontal Shoulder Abduction in degrees and the Beighton tests score by cut off point ≥5/9, ≥6/9 and ≥7/9

From: The association between generalized joint hypermobility and active horizontal shoulder abduction in 10–15 year old competitive swimmers

Beighton tests score Estimate (degrees) 95 % CI p-value
Cut off point ≥5/9 3.98 [−0.12–8.07] 0.057
 Age −1.28 [−2.66–0.10] 0.069
 Girls −2.22 [−6.02–1.59] 0.251
Cut off point ≥6/9 5.71 [1.02–10.42] 0.018a
 Age −1.43 [−2.80–0.07] 0.040a
 Girls −2.49 [−6.27–1.29] 0.194
Cut off point ≥7/9 7.90 [2.27–13.52] 0.007a
 Age −1.34 [−2.69–0.01] 0.052
 Girls −2.44 [−6.15–1.26] 0.194
  1. aSignificant results, with p≤0.05