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Table 1 Demographic data of the total sample and comparison of anthropometric and body composition variables between the injured and non-injured groups

From: Can anthropometric, body composition, and bone variables be considered risk factors for musculoskeletal injuries in Brazilian military students?

  Total n = 205 Non-injured n = 149 Injured n = 56 P
Variables Mean SD Min Max Mean SD Mean SD  
Age (years) 19.6 1.4 16.7 23.9 19.5 1.5 19.8 1.4 0.168
Height (cm) 176.2 6.4 160.3 192.4 175.8 6.4 177.3 6.1 0.111
Body mass (kg) 71.3 8.1 53.8 95.5 71.3 8.5 71.2 7.0 0.889
BMI (kg/m2) 22.9 2.1 17.62 28.8 23.1 2.1 22.6 2.0 0.187
FM (kg) 12.5 3.4 5.7 22.3 12.5 3.4 12.4 3.6 0.914
%FM 17.2 3.7 9.7 26.1 17.2 3.5 17.2 4.1 0.979
FFM (kg) 56.3 5.9 41.3 75.4 56.3 6.2 56.1 5.3 0.856
BMC (kg) 3.0 0.4 2.2 4.2 3.0 0.4 3.0 0.4 0.916
BMD (g/cm2) 1.229 0.095 0.989 1.561 1.230 0.093 1.227 0.101 0.874
  1. Abbreviations: SD standard deviation, BMI body mass index, FM fat mass, %FM relative fat mass, FFM fat-free mass, BMC bone mineral content, BMD bone mineral density