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Smith, Matthew V.; Gosselin, Michelle; Steger-May, Karen; Matava, Matthew J.; Wright, Rick W.; and Brophy, Robert H., ,"Patient preferences for the treatment of shoulder and proximal biceps disorders are associated with patient age, race, sex, and activity level." Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine.6,10. 2325967118800000. (2018).