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The authors report the following potential conflicts of interest or sources of funding: H.S.W. reports personal fees from Linvatec, Mitek, and Stryker, outside the submitted work. In addition, H.S.W. also has a patent for labral repair anchor pending. J.D.W. reports board or committee member, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; and editorial board, Arthroscopy. ICMJE author disclosure forms are available for this article online, as supplementary material.
Institution where study performed: The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare, Murray, Utah, U.S.A.