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Table 5 Patellofemoral pain (PFP) frequencies in dancers with and with no-GJH, dancers with and with no-scoliosis and dancers with and with no-anomaly

From: Generalized joint hypermobility, scoliosis, patellofemoral pain, and physical abilities in young dancers

   95% CI   95% CI
  Dancers with no- GJH (n = 78) Lower Upper Dancers with GJH (n = 54) Lower Upper
No-PFP (38) 48.7% 37.8% 59.7% (11) 20.4% 11.3% 32.5%
Unilateral PFP (16) 20.5% 12.7% 30.4% (11) 20.4% 11.3% 32.5%
Bilateral PFP (24) 30.8% 21.4% 41.6% (32) 59.3% 46.0% 71.6%
  Dancers with no-scoliosis (n = 94)    Dancers with scoliosis (n = 38)   
No-PFP (44) 46.8% 36.9% 56.9% (5) 13.2% 5.2% 26.5%
Unilateral PFP (21) 22.3% 14.8% 31.5% (6) 15.8% 6.9% 29.7%
Bilateral PFP (29) 30.9% 22.2% 40.7% (27) 71.1% 55.5% 83.5%
  Dancers with no anomaliesa (n = 74)b    Dancers with both anomaliesa (n = 34)b   
No-PFP (36) 48.6% 37.5% 59.9% (3) 8.8% 2.5% 21.7%
Unilateral PFP (16) 21.6% 13.4% 32.0% (6) 17.6% 7.7% 32.8%
Bilateral PFP (22) 29.7% 20.2% 40.8% (25) 73.5% 57.2% 86.0%
  1. aGJH and Scoliosis
  2. bDancers with only one anomaly are not included