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Table 4 Average distance between the fibular malleolus and talus according to ankle joint angle at rest

From: Quantitative evaluation method for clarifying ankle plantar flexion angles using anterior drawer and inversion stress tests: a cross-sectional study

Ankle joint angle Men control (mm) Men CAI (mm) P value Effect size
19.62 ± 3.85 21.73 ± 4.51 P = 0.102 0.18
20° 22.26 ± 2.68 23.65 ± 3.98 P = 0.966 0.36
45° 23.14 ± 2.49 25.03 ± 3.57 *P = 0.043 0.09
Ankle joint angle Women control (mm) Women CAI (mm) P value Effect size
18.32 ± 2.29 20.57 ± 4.22 *P = 0.038 0.06
20° 20.26 ± 2.17 21.80 ± 3.95 P = 0.832 0.22
45° 21.12 ± 2.55 22.50 ± 3.82 P = 0.864 0.22
19.62 ± 3.85 18.32 ± 2.29 P = 0.917 0.29
20° 22.26 ± 2.68 20.26 ± 2.17 *P = 0.036 0.14
45° 23.14 ± 2.49 21.12 ± 2.55 *P = 0.043 0.11
Ankle joint angle Men CAI (mm) Women CAI (mm) P value Effect size
21.73 ± 4.51 20.57 ± 4.22 P = 0.838 0.19
20° 23.65 ± 3.98 21.80 ± 3.95 P = 0.732 0.09
45° 25.03 ± 3.57 22.50 ± 3.82 *P = 0.034 0.06
  1. CAI chronic ankle instability
  2. *Significant difference between groups (P < 0.05)