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Table 2 Baseline Characteristics, Radiographic Information, and Complications

From: Monobloc implants in cementless total hip arthroplasty in patients with Legg-Calve-Perthes disease: a long-term follow-up

Variables Patients
(N = 71)
Age, mean ± SD 49.94 ± 11.40
Gender[no.[%]of patients]
 Male 34(47.89%)
 Female 37(52.11%)
Height(cm),mean ± SD 159.60 ± 6.59
Weight(Kg),mean ± SD 60.91 ± 11.54
BMI,mean ± SD 23.64 ± 3.62
Followup(year),mean ± SD 10.09 ± 1.84
Bilateral or unilateral[no.[%]of patients]  
 Bilateral 17(23.94%)
 Unilateral 54(76.06%)
Side[no.[%]of hips]
 Left 41(46.59%)
 Right 47(53.41%)
Radiographic Information,mean ± SD
 Cup anteversion, ° 25.95 ± 6.00
 Cup abduction, ° 39.01 ± 5.51
 Femoral stem version, ° 13.63 ± 4.10
Stulberg classifications [no.[%]of hips]
 Class II 1(1.14%)
 Class III 30(34.09%)
 Class IV 55(62.5%)
 Class V 2(2.27%)
VAS Satisfaction, mean ± SD 9.82 ± 0.52
 10 62(87.32%)
 9 6(8.45%)
 8 2(2.82%)
 7 1(1.41%)
Complications[no.[%]of hips]
 Intraoperative femoral fracture 2(2.27%)
 Postoperative temporary sciatic nerve paralysis 2(2.27%)
 Heterotopic ossification 2(2.27%)
 Thigh pain 1(1.14%)
 Postoperative dislocation 1(1.14%)
 Aseptic loosening 0
 Deep vein thrombosis 0
 Calf muscular venous thrombosis 0
 Infection 0
  1. BMI body mass index, ONFH Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists, VAS Visual Analogue Scale