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Table 4 Peak plantar pressure (kPa). Results are presented adjusted for age and BMI

From: Spatiotemporal gait parameters and plantar pressure distribution during barefoot walking in people with gout and asymptomatic hyperuricemia: comparison with healthy individuals with normal serum urate concentrations

Parameter Least-squares mean Diff. 95 % CI p
Lower Upper
Heel Normouricemic control 294.3     
Gout 268.2 −26.1 −46.6 −5.6 0.012
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 301.9 7.6 −12.4 27.5 0.456
Midfoot Normouricemic control 95.4     
Gout 130.8 35.4 15.5 55.3 <0.001
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 120.1 24.7 5.3 44.0 0.013
First Metatarsal Normouricemic control 211.5     
Gout 229.6 18.2 −5.2 41.5 0.127
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 239.7 28.3 5.6 50.9 0.015
Second Metatarsal Normouricemic control 292.6     
Gout 287.1 −5.5 −26.9 15.8 0.611
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 321.3 28.7 7.9 49.5 0.007
Third to Fifth Metatarsals Normouricemic control 252.3     
Gout 244.1 −8.2 −29.6 13.2 0.454
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 255.2 2.9 −17.9 23.7 0.785
Hallux Normouricemic control 233.3     
Gout 208.4 −24.9 −48.1 −1.6 0.036
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 241.9 8.6 −14.0 31.3 0.454
Lesser Toes Normouricemic control 105.9     
Gout 121.8 15.9 −2.8 34.6 0.096
Asymptomatic hyperuricemia 107.2 1.4 −16.9 19.6 0.882