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Table 3 Prevalence by age and sex as evaluated in the locomotive syndrome risk test

From: Association between musculoskeletal function deterioration and locomotive syndrome in the general elderly population: a Japanese cohort survey randomly sampled from a basic resident registry

  Age strata (years) N Unable to complete one-leg SUT from ≥40 cm TST < 1.3 25-qGLFS score ≥ 7
Male 50–59 50 14 (28.0%) 2 (4.0%) 6 (12.0%)
  60–69 53 28 (52.8%) 5 (9.4%) 12 (22.6%)
  70–79 55 49 (89.1%) 16 (29.1%) 22 (40.0%)
  80–89 45 45 (100%) 32 (71.1%) 28 (62.2%)
Female 50–59 47 26 (55.3%) 1 (2.1%) 13 (27.7%)
  60–69 61 32 (52.5%) 8 (13.1%) 12 (19.7%)
  70–79 54 48 (88.9%) 20 (37.0%) 30 (55.6%)
  80–89 48 46 (95.8%) 37 (77.1%) 41 (85.4%)
  1. Note: Values represent number (prevalence)
  2. Abbreviations: SUT Stand-up test; TST Two-step test; 25-qGLFS 25-Question geriatric locomotive function scale