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Table 2 Outcome: postoperative ROM at final follow-up for operative knee; predictor: contralateral ROM, n = 59

From: Does contralateral knee range of motion predict postoperative knee range of motion after total knee arthroplasty?

PredictorAssociation prior to 115°, slope (95% CI)P valueAssociation from 115°, slope (95% CI)P valueDifference between groups,
P value
Contralateral ROM, all patients−0.32 (−1.1, 0.43)0.40160.93 (0.58, 1.29)<0.001NA
Contralateral ROM, male0.47 (−0.88, 1.83)0.48410.99 (0.48, 1.51)0.00030.7664
Contralateral ROM, female−0.61 (−1.55, 0.32)0.19510.89 (0.37, 1.40)0.0010
Contralateral ROM, age <63−0.84 (−2.16, 0.49)0.20881.14 (0.66, 1.61)<0.00010.2158
Contralateral ROM, age ≥630.03 (−0.91, 0.97)0.94810.68 (0.10, 1.25)0.0216
Contralateral ROM, varus−0.90 (−1.78, − 0.02)0.04450.84 (0.44, 1.24)0.0010.9119
Contralateral ROM, valgusNE 0.92 (−0.41, 2.25)0.1723
Contralateral ROM, neutralNE NE 
Contralateral ROM, CRNE 1.344 (0.49, 2.19)0.00250.2924
Contralateral ROM, PS−0.23 (−1.01, 0.55)0.55690.85 (0.44, 1.25)<0.0001
  1. CI confidence interval, CR cruciate retaining, NA, not applicable, NE not estimated (due to small sample size), PS posterior stabilized, ROM range of motion