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Table 6 Comparison with previous similar research

From: Radiographic measurement of the posterior tibial slope in normal Chinese adults: a retrospective cohort study

Author Year Sample size Sample Country/ region Age Sex Measurement method Measurement principle PTS
Range Mean ± SD
The current research 2021 1233 Healthy adults China 25–59 Male and Female X-ray ATC 0–21 7.68 ± 3.84
Bao et al. [40] 2021 80 Healthy adults China 20–45 Male and Female CT TPAA Medial: 0.05–12.04
Lateral: −0.30-14.99
Medial: 6.78
Lateral: 6.11
Kacmaz IE et al. [18] 2020 1024 Healthy adults Turkey 18–92 Male and Female X-ray TPAA 2.1–18.7 8.36 ± 3.3
Mısır et al. [20] 2018 1000 Healthy adults Turkey 18–50 Male and Female MRI TPAA   4.9 ± 1.9
Han et al. [23] 2016 535 non-arthritic knees of adults Korean 20–79 Male and Female MRI TPAA   Medial: 6.82 ± 1.81Lateral: 6.09 ± 1.73
Zhang et al. [21] 2014 80 Healthy adults China 20–45 Male and Female CT TPAA   8.4 ± 3.1
healthy adults ATC   11.5 ± 2.8
healthy adults PTC   6.3 ± 3.2
Chiu et al. [4] 2000 50 Body China 17–94 Male and Female X-ray ATC 5–22 14.7 ± 3.7
TPAA 2–18.5 11.5 ± 3.6
  1. ATC anterior tibial cortex, TPAA tibial proximal anatomical axis, PTC posterior tibial cortex