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Table 2 Sample description

From: Biomechanical risk factors associated with iliotibial band syndrome in runners: a systematic review

  Sample size
N
Gender
M/F
Mean Age
yrs(SD)
Mass
kg(SD)
Height
m(SD)
Running mileage
km(w/mo)
  TOT ITB CON ITB CON ITB CON ITB CON ITB CON ITB CON
Orchard et al. [7] 9 9 N/A 4M
5F
N/A 27.0 (9.5) N/A DNR N/A DNR N/A DNR N/A
Meisser et al. [8] 126 56 70 33M
17F
53M
17F
33.9 (1.2) 35.0 (1.2) 66.4 (1.9) 70.2 (1.3) 1.7 (0.13) 1.74 (0.10) 50.3
w
42.5
w
Noehren et al. [11] 36 18 18 18F 18F 26.8 28.5 DNR DNR DNR DNR 96.2
mo
99.3
mo
Ferber et al. [12] 70 35 35 35F 35F 35.47 (10.35) 31.23 (11.05) 58.62 (3.97) 61.30 (6.97) 1.65 (0.06) 1.67 (0.07) 123.82
mo
119.27
mo
Phinyomark et al. [20] 96 48 48 29F
19M
29F
19M
34.0(8)F
39.0(11)M
DNR 61.0(9)F
79.0(10)M
DNR 1.69(0.06)F
1.79(0.07)M
DNR DNR DNR
Foch et al. [21] 27 9
9P
9 9F
9FP
9F 26.2(7.9)
24.7(5.2)P
25.3(7.0) 53.3(3.7)
61.7(9.9)P
59.6(5.2) 1.64(0.04)
1.68(0.03)P
1.71(0.05) 34.8 w
35.2 w P
45.2
W
Foch and Milner [22] 40 20 20 20F 20F 26.0 (5.6) 23.7 (5.5) 58.8 (7.4) 58.9 (5.7) 1.67 (0.04) 1.68 (0.06) 41.8
w
38.6
W
Foch and Milner [23] 34 17 17 17F 17F 26.6 (6.6) 25.4 (6.2) 57.9 (3.9) 58.0 (4.6) 1.67 (0.05) 1.67 (0.06) 44.9
w
44.7
W
Grau et al. [24] 36 18 18 13M
5F
13M
5F
36.0 (7.0) 37.0 (9.0) 71.0 (12.0) 70.0 (10.0) 1.77 (0.08) 1.77 (0.09) DNR DNR
Hein et al. [25] 36 18 18 18F 18F 36.0 (7.0) 37.0 (9.0) 71.0 (12.0) 70.0 (10.0) 1.77 (0.08) 1.77 (0.09) DNR DNR
Miller et al. [26]a 16 8 8 DNR DNR 27.5 (9.0) 26.4 (7.7) 68.7 (15.9) 71.3 (14.4) 1.7 (0.06) 1.72 (0.08) DNR DNR
Miller et al. [27]a 16 8 8 DNR DNR 27.5 (9.0) 26.4 (7.7) 68.7 (15.9) 71.3 (14.4) 1.7 (0.06) 1.72 (0.08) 23.7
w
11.8
w
Noehren et al. [28] 34 17 17 17M 17M 33.5 (6.6) 28.1 (5.7) 76.7 (5.7) 69.9 (8.7) 1.79 (0.06) 1.80 (0.07) 31.4
w
.8
w
  1. Abbreviations: n number of participants, M male, F female, yrs number of years, SD standard deviation, kg kilograms, m meters, km kilometres, w weekly, mo monthly, TOT total number of participants, ITB group of participants with ITBS, CON group of healthy participants, N/A not applicable, DNR did not report, P previous ITB
  2. *study conducted on runners who ran to fatigue