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Table. 2.

Comparison of High-resolution Manometry Diagnosis Between the Starlet and Other High-resolution Manometry Systems Before and After Propensity Score Matching

Variables Before matching After matching
Starlet
(n = 1824)
ManoScan and Sandhill
(n = 285)
P-value Starlet
(n =285)
ManoScan and Sandhill
(n =285)
P-value
Type I achalasia 1073 (58.8%) 37 (13.0%) < 0.001 215 (75.4%) 37 (13.0%) < 0.001
Type II achalasia 663 (36.3%) 218 (76.5%) < 0.001 59 (20.7%) 218 (76.5%) < 0.001
Type III achalasia 88 (4.8%) 30 (10.5%) < 0.001 11 (3.9%) 30 (10.5%) 0.003
Sex (male) 919 (50.4%) 124 (43.5%) 0.035 140 (49.1%) 124 (43.5%) 0.208
Age at diagnosis (mean [SD]) 49.7 (17.0) 52.0 (18.5) 0.036 54.1 (17.5) 52.0 (18.5) 0.173
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