Table 1

Demographic characteristics, International Hip Outcome Tool 12 (iHOT-12) scores, Örebro scores and diagnostic imaging report

PseudonymSexAgeBMIPain duration (years)OccupationiHOT-12 (0–100)Örebro (0–100)Diagnostic imaging reports
AnaFemale5020.52Tertiary student1182Mild gluteal tendinopathy (medius and minimus), thickening troch bursa. Tear of anterosuperior and posterosuperior labrum; intralabral cystic change; mild OA, full thickness cartilage loss superior acetabulum 30 mm × 11 mm associated to marrow changes; high grade partial thickness tear gluteus minimus 18 mm.
BrookeFemale6720.610Retired3657Gluteus minimus tendon tear.
ChloeFemale5431.23.5Paid employment1467Chondral degeneration at the superolateral acetabular margin with subcortical cystic changes; thickening and oedema of the greater trochanteric bursa with some gluteal tendinopathy and fissuring; fatty involutional change of the gluteus minimus muscle belly.
DawnFemale4634.63Tertiary student1264Advanced OA; labral tear.
ErinFemale3324.13.5Paid employment2939Small full thickness tear anterosuperior labrum; mild reduction femoral head/neck offset anterosuperiorly, may predispose to FAI. Mild trochanteric bursal odema.
FleurFemale5325.33Paid employment5727Degenerative tearing of anterosuperior labrum with associated ligamentum teres tear; some tendinopathy of the common hamstring origin.
GrantMale4227.60.3Paid employment3558Query ossicle at at anterosuperior acetabulum.
HelenFemale5226.71.5Tertiary student4556Tearing superior labrum, thinning acetabular rim.
IanMale5125.26Paid employment3355Complete avulsion of conjoint attachment of semitendinosus and biceps femoris tendons from the ischial tuberosity. Extension tear into semimembranosus attachment partially retracted. Adductor tendonitis.
JaneFemale5126.415Paid employment4224Sacroiliac joint highly suspicious for a subchondral insufficiency fracture. Small osseous bump at the anterior femoral head/neck junction consistent with asphericity. Chondrolabral tear spanning 6 mm involving the superolateral and posterolateral labrum. Increased signal involving the quadratus femoris muscle. Minor insertional tearing of the hamstring origin. Ischiofemoral impingement suggested.
KarenFemale6633.53Retired1457Tendinopathy of gluteus medius and minimus tendons without high grade focal tearing. Mild thickening of trochanteric bursa but no evidence of effusion. Greater trochanter bursitis.
LiamMale7333.220Retired4665Greater trochanter bursitis. Partial gluteus medius tear.
MiaFemale4326.82Paid employment5643Tear at anterosuperior quadrant of the acetabular labrum with an extremely small paralabral cyst; mild degenerative change at the hip joint, chondral loss from the femoral head peripheral to the fovea and minor chondral fissuring at the acetabulum laterally; gluteus minimus and medius tendon pathology, more pronounced in relation to the anterior fibres of gluteus medius markedly tendinopathic.
NancyFemale4024.62Paid employment1972Partial labral tear involving the superior labrum. Mild iliopsoas bursitis. Low grade iliopsoas muscular strain.
OwenMale4132.96.5Paid employment2261Partially reducible fat containing inguinal hernia. Gluteus medius tendinopathy with mild thickening trochanteric bursa; mild bony protuberance at femoral head/neck junction suggestive of early CAM.
PaigeFemale5734.216Paid employmentTear of anterosuperior and posterosuperior portions of the labrum with intralabral cystic change. Mild osteoarthritis of hip joint and synovitis. High grade partial thickness tear of the gluteus minimus tendon.
  • Information under ‘Diagnostic imaging reports’ column are verbatim ‘quotes’ sourced from ultrasound, magnetic resonance and CT imaging reports.

  • *iHOT and Örebro: 0–100, higher is better.

  • BMI, body mass index; CAM, type of femoroacetabular impingement; FAI, femoroacetabular impingement; OA, osteoarthritis.