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Table 1 Patient demographics

From: Changes in hamstring strength after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with hamstring autograft and posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with tibialis allograft

 ACLR groupPCLR groupP value
Patients (knees), n4020 
Age (years)30.7 ± 10.431.4 ± 11.20.248*
Height (cm)172.8 ± 5.4173.8 ± 6.20.607*
Weight (kg)75.4 ± 11.776.5 ± 10.20.286*
BMI (kg/m2)25.3 ± 3.425.4 ± 3.60.787*
Sex (male/female), n38/219/11.000**
Side (dominant/non-dominant), n24/1614/60.573**
Meniscal repair, n5 (12.5%)2 (10%)1.000**
Interval from trauma to surgery (weeks)4.0 ± 1.34.2 ± 1.70.487*
  1. Values are presented as mean ± standard deviation unless otherwise indicated
  2. The statistical significance was set at P < 0.05
  3. ACLR anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, BMI body mass index, PCLR posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
  4. *Derived with Student’s t test
  5. **Derived with Pearson chi-square test