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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the overall sample

From: Functional improvement in hip pathology is related to improvement in anxiety, depression, and pain catastrophizing: an intricate link between physical and mental well-being

Characteristic Overall Sample
(N = 201)
Patient Demographics
 Age, years, M (SD) 53.75 (18.97)
 Female Gender, % (n) 61.19 (123)
Patient Factors
 BMI, kg/m2, M (SD) 27.24 (5.48)
 Time pre- to post-treatment, days, M (SD) 187.36 (125.19)
Tonnis Grade, % (n)
 0 22.4 (45)
 1 17.9 (36)
 2 10.4 (21)
 3 49.3 (99)
ASA Classification, % (n)
 1 36.8 (74)
 2 46.8 (94)
 3 15.4 (31)
 4 1.0 (2)
 History of Surgery on Current Hip, % (n) 35.8 (72)
Diagnosis Groups
 Femoroacetabular Impingement, % (n) 17.4 (35)
 Acetabular Dysplasia, % (n) 17.4 (35)
 Osteoarthrosis, % (n) 54.2 (109)
 Lateral Trochanteric Pain Syndrome, % (n) 4.5 (9)
 Avascular Necrosis of the Hip % (n) 6.4 (13)
Treatment Groups
 Surgical % (n) 83.6 (168)
 Non-surgical % (n)
  Physical Therapy 11.9 (24)
  Medication/Injection 4.5 (9)
  1. Note. M Sample Mean, SD Standard Deviation. All characteristics were self-reported by the patient
  2. ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists