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Table 3 Results on rotational laxity

From: Rotational knee laxity: Reliability of a simple measurement device in vivo

  90°, observer 1, time 1 90°, observer 2, time 1 30°, observer 1, time 1 30°, observer 2, time 1 90°, observer 1, time 2
Subject 1, right 17.9 16.0 27.6 33.5 23.4
Subject 1, left 15.5 14.3 27.1 34.8 16.9
Subject 2, right 19.1 16.0 22.2 32.2 16.3
Subject 2, left 24.4 20.4 27.8 30.7 17.0
Subject 3, right 17.2 -- 20.4 25.9 16.6
Subject 3, left 16.7 18.9 25.1 32.5 15.8
Subject 4, right 14.6 17.0 17.6 29.1 15.7
Subject 4, left 16.3 20.2 22.6 30.3 15.76
Subject 5, right 13.5 19.1 38.3 39.1 13.7
Subject 5, left 11.3 13.8 37.5 40.3 14.0
Subject 6, right 15.5 17.8 19.4 22.3 20.2
Subject 6, left 12.1 16.7 22.4 21.7 16.2
Subject 7, right 26.8 26.4 25.9 27.9 21.6
Subject 7, left 18.1 17.9 15.5 18.4 19.8
Subject 8, right 17.0 21.0 37.0 38.4 20.0
Subject 8, left 26.6 32.4 28.5 29.3 24.2
Subject 9, right 26.6 26.0 28.1 30.2 21.9
Subject 9, left 25.4 28.8 26.0 28.5 22.7
Subject 10, right 20.1 20.0 27.1 31.5 16.0
Subject 10, left 15.1 20.3 23.8 27.2 14.6
Subject 11, right 20.0 21.4 23.5 26.7 21.2
Subject 11, left 18.3 19.3 23.9 24.0 24.4
  1. Table 3 shows the data for all subjects, both left and right knees. Column 1 of the data shows rotation at 90° of knee flexion for observer 1 at time 1. Column 2 shows rotation at 90° for observer 2 at time 1. Columns 3 and 4 are the data for observers 1 and 2 at time 1 at 30° of knee flexion. Column 5 is the data for 90° of knee flexion for observer 1 at time 2.