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Figure 3: Bars represent 6-month shear wave velocity in relation to outcome subgroups. Among the patients who improved (n = 26), the mean shear wave velocity was 2.65 m/s (light gray bar). This was significantly (P = 0.006) higher at 3.57 m/s in those who remained static (dark gray bar; n = 3) and even higher at 4.36 m/s in those who worsened (black bar; n = 2)

Figure 3: Bars represent 6-month shear wave velocity in relation to outcome subgroups. Among the patients who improved (<i>n</i> = 26), the mean shear wave velocity was 2.65 m/s (light gray bar). This was significantly (<i>P</i> = 0.006) higher at 3.57 m/s in those who remained static (dark gray bar; <i>n</i> = 3) and even higher at 4.36 m/s in those who worsened (black bar; <i>n</i> = 2)