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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of the study cohort and surgical variables analyzed. (Table should be included in the “Demographic, clinical and surgical variables” paragraph, within Results section)

From: Short and mid-term outcomes and functional results in metal-on-metal hip resurfacing arthroplasty at 5 years follow-up: the Spanish experience

Variables  
Pre-surgical
 Age (year; SD) 49.52 (9.67)
 Male (n; %) 117 (80.69)
 BMI (kg/m2; SD) 26.8 (3.54)
Surgical
 Hip OA (n; %) 87 (60.00)
 Developmental hip dysplasia (n; %) 43 (29.65)
 Aseptic bone necrosis (n; %) 12 (8.28)
 Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (n; %) 2 (1.38)
 Traumatic hip dislocation (n; %) 1 (0.69)
 Right sided (n; %) 77 (53.1)
 Left sided (n; %) 68 (46.9)
 Posterior lateral approach (n; %) 140 (96.55)
 Anterior lateral approach (n; %) 5 (3.45)
 Male femoral size (mm; SD) 50
 Female femoral size (mm; SD) 42
 Male acetabular size (mm; SD) 56
 Female acetabular size (mm; SD) 48
 Global femoral size (mm; SD) 47.49 (3.57)
 Global acetabular size (mm; SD) 53.52 (3.52)
 Cervical-diaphyseal angle (°; SD) 139.28 (5.69)
 Acetabular angle (°; SD) 40.3 (7.27)
 Femoral off-set (cm; SD) 2.99 (0.57)
 Need for blood transfusion (n; %) 9 (6.21)
Post-surgical
 Length of stay (days; SD) 3.96 (0.8)
 Inpatient Rehabilitation (days; SD) 3.52 (0.7)
 Return to playing sports (months; SD) 3.47 (1.8)
 Return to work (months; SD) 3.89 (2.39)