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Table 1 Demographics of the subject and spinal alignment parameters in standing position measured by EOS (24 women)

From: Difference in whole spinal alignment between supine and standing positions in patients with adult spinal deformity using a new comparison method with slot-scanning three-dimensional X-ray imager and computed tomography through digital reconstructed radiography

  Mean Range (min/max) SD SE IQ 25%/75%*1
Age (years) 60.1 20 / 80 14.2 2.9 59.3 / 67
Body mass index*2 22.2 18.0 / 31.0 3.0 0.6 20.0 / 25.0
ODI*3 (%) 31.4 0 / 52 12.4 2.5 24.0 / 40.0
SRS-22*4 2.9 1.8 / 4.4 0.5 0.1 2.6 / 3.2
VAS*5 6.6 0 / 10 2.8 0.6 5.3 / 8.0
T1–12 kyphosis (°) 24.0 −6.8 / 56.2 15.5 3.2 11.1 / 37.6
T4–12 kyphosis (°) 17.8 −10.6 / 45.8 14.5 3.0 9.7 / 25.6
L1-S1 lumbar lordosis (°) 21.8 −32.6 / 63.3 25.5 5.2 5.8 / 44.6
L1-L5 lumbar lordosis (°) 8.5 −38.5 / 66.0 26.1 5.3 −9.6 / 33.5
Sacral slope (°) 27.0 0 / 60.4 14.1 2.9 18.1 / 32.9
Pelvic tilt (°) 30.7 3.8 / 48 10.6 2.2 25.3 / 37.8
Pelvic incidence (°) 57.7 33.6 / 80.8 10.9 2.2 53.0 / 65.0
Cobb’s angle (°) *6 39.5 12.2 / 74.2 20.1 4.7 22.8 / 57.6
Rotation (°) *7 14.7 0.7 / 34.9 10.2 2.4 4.9 / 20.7
  1. *1Interquartile range, 25%/75% values
  2. *2The body mass index was calculated as the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters (kg/m2)
  3. *3The Oswestry Disability Index [12, 13]
  4. *4Scoliosis Research Society – 22, subtotal [2, 18]
  5. *5Visual analog scale, 0 is no pain and 10 is most severe pain
  6. *6Cobb’s angle of the major curve
  7. *7Vertebral rotation of the apex in the major curve