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Table 2 Differences in gait patterns between ankle fracture groups and controls

From: Clinical outcomes following ankle fracture: a cross-sectional observational study

  Unimalleolar Bimalleolar Trimalleolar Healthy controls p
Velocity (cm/s) 74.8 (29.0) 48.2 (21.6) 56.7 (23.8) 118.0 (20.2) p < 0.001
[56.4-93.2] [36.2-60.1] [42.9-70.4] [113.3-122.8]
Involved SL (cm) 61.6 (11.5) 41.6 (12.9) 48.1 (13.5) 62.9 (8.0) p < 0.001
[44.3-59.0] [34.5-48.8] [40.3-55.9] [61.1-64.8]
Uninvolved SL (cm) 43.0 (14.7) 26.2 (12.4) 30.4 (13.9) 62.8 (8.3) p < 0.001
[33.6-52.3] [19.4-33.1] [22.4-38.5] [60.9-64.8]
Involved SLS (% GC) 29.6 (6.8) 21.6 (6.2) 22.5 (7.6) 39.9 (1.5) p < 0.001
[25.3-33.9] [18.2-25.0] [18.1-26.9] [39.5-40.2]
Uninvolved SLS (% GC) 33.9 (5.7) 37.5 (5.5) 36.9 (7.2) 39.9 (1.5) p < 0.001
[30.3-37.5] [34.5-40.5] [32.8-41.0] [39.6-40.3]
  1. Abbreviations: SL step length, SLS single limb support, GC gait cycle. Significance was set to p < 0.05.