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Table 1 Participant characteristics (mean (SD), unless otherwise stated)

From: One-leg rise performance and associated knee kinematics in ACL-deficient and ACL-reconstructed persons 23 years post-injury

  Groups
ACLR ACLPT CTRL
Participants (n) 33 37 33
Males/females (n) 21/12 23/14 21/12
Age at test (years) 45.6 (4.5) 48.1 (5.9) 46.7 (5.0)
Years since injury 23.9 (2.8) 23.1 (1.3)
Years between injury and surgery 3.6 (2.3)
Height (cm) 174.0 (9.1) 173.5 (8.0) 176.4 (9.8)
Weight (kg) 83.0 (15.6) 87.1 (14.9) 77.4 (14.9)a
BMI (kg/m2) 27.2 (3.3) 28.9 (4.6) 24.6 (2.5)b
Injury side: dominant/non-dominant 21/12 20/17
Cause of injury:
 Soccer (n) 24 25
 Alpine skiing (n) 2 5
 Other sports (n) 6 2
 Non-sport related (n) 1 5
OA K&Lc 1 (n) 5 6
OA K&L 2 (n) 12 13
OA K&L 3 (n) 10 9
OA K&L 4 (n) 4 3
  1. Table adapted from Tengman et al. (15)
  2. Abbreviations: BMI Body mass index, OA Osteoarthritis, SD Standard deviation
  3. Significant differences:
  4. aACLPT vs. CTRL, p = 0.025
  5. bACLR vs. CTRL, p = 0.014; ACLPT vs. CTRL, p < 0.001
  6. cRadiographic OA was graded according to Kellgren & Lawrence [19]; K&L 0–1 = no-or-low, K&L 2–4 = moderate-to-high degree of OA