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Table 2 Single-leg hop distance and knee strength

From: Correlations between isokinetic knee torques and single-leg hop distances in three directions in patients after ACL reconstruction

  Involved limb Uninvolved limb
Anterior SLH (% height) 64.5 (22.8) [61.7–70.6] 76.0 (25.7) [71.5–79.8]
Lateral SLH (% height) 46.7 (19.0) [45.2–52.4] 57.0 (16.8) [53.8–61.1]
Medial SLH (% height) 53.3 (19.6) [49.2–56.6] 57.3 (18.1) [56.0–63.4]
Total SLH (% height) 165.6 (63.0) [156.8–178.9] 188.1 (52.2) [182.0–203.7]
KES 60°/s (Nm/kg) 2.0 (0.6) [2.0–2.2] 2.4 (0.8) [2.3–2.6]
KES 180°/s (Nm/kg) 1.4 (0.4) [1.4–1.6] 1.7 (0.4) [1.6–1.9]
KFS 60°/s (Nm/kg) 1.1 (0.3) [1.0–1.1] 1.2 (0.3) [1.1–1.4]
KFS 180°/s (Nm/kg) 0.8 (0.3) [0.7–0.9] 0.9 (0.3) [0.9–1.0]
  1. Values are median (interquartile range) [95% confidence interval]. SLH Single-leg hop distance, Total Sum of hop distances in three directions, KES Knee extension strength, KFS Knee flexion strength