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Table 2 Prevalence estimates of joint pain, swelling and/or stiffness over the last 3 months, lasting for more than 6 weeks, age and comorbidities, per 1000 [12]

From: The prevalence and impact of self-reported foot and ankle pain in the over 55 age group: a secondary data analysis from a large community sample

SiteMaleFemaleTotal
Knee176.64
162.62–190.66
253.92
238.20–269.64
220.33
205.26–235.40
Foot and ankle136.28
123.47–149.09
221.28
206.19–236.37
184.33
170.11–198.55
Back134.33
121.59–147.07
183.48
169.28–197.68
162.12
148.51–175.73
Hip94.43
83.22–105.64
151.53
138.23–164.83
126.71
114.23–139.19
Age: 55 to 64 yrs334.67
317.78–351.55
389.73
372.35–407.11
362.73
345.57–379.89
 65 to 75 yrs337.26
320.35–354.17
401.64
384.18–419.10
372.49
355.24–389.75
 75 year plus311.56
294.95–3 28.17
460.80
443.08–478.52
409.71
392.20–427.23
Co morbidities352.14
335.08–369.20
444.56
426.89–462.23
404.39
386.91–421.87
  1. Estimates have been adjusted for age and gender with the upper and lower 95%confidence intervals presented in italics