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Table 5 Movement, clinical and strength variables in athletes with thigh/hip injuries and athletes without thigh/hip injuries

From: Risk factors for overuse injuries in a cohort of elite Swedish track and field athletes

  Group n p rpb m SD
Movement
 HADROM_R [°] Inj 15 .16 .24 4.68 2.38
No 66    5.80 2.58
 HADROM_L [°] Inj 15 .13 .25 4.19 2.01
No 66    5.21 2.44
 KFVEL_R [°/s] Inj 15 .08 .29 257.82 41.53
No 66    360.59 161.28
 KFVEL_L [°/s] Inj 15 .03* .37 266.14 42.50
No 66    367.97 152.16
 AEV_R [°] Inj 15 .70 −.07 14.86 5.61
No 66    15.78 7.66
 AEV_L [°] Inj 15 .53 −.11 15.24 5.06
No 66    15.67 7.51
 AEVVEL_R [°/s] Inj 15 .88 −.03 245.12 88.32
No 66    266.10 133.35
 AEVVEL_L [°/s] Inj 15 .64 −.08 250.26 84.70
No 66    262.72 134.95
Clinical
 RFFLEX_R [°] Inj 17 .30 .16 140.77 8.48
No 73    140.74 15.62
 RFFLEX_L [°] Inj 17 .82 .04 148.94 5.80
No 73    149.25 10.11
 ILFLEX_R [°] Inj 17 .17 −.21 108.77 11.46
No 78    107.40 10.66
 ILFLEX_L [°] Inj 17 .15 −.23 111.25 8.61
No 78    110.65 8.65
Strength
 HAB:HAD [Nm/kg] Inj 16 .25 .15 0.76 0.08
No 79    0.82 0.21
 H:Q_R [Nm/kg] Inj 17 .62 .08 0.79 0.15
No 77    0.84 0.16
 H:Q_L [Nm/kg] Inj 17 .84 .03 0.80 0.12
No 77    0.83 0.15
  1. HADROM Hip adduction range of motion, KFVEL Knee flexion velocity, AEV Ankle eversion, AEVVEL Ankle eversion velocity, RFFLEX Rectus femoris flexibility, ILFLEX Iliopsoas flexibility, HAB:HAD Hip abduction:adduction strength ratio, H:Q Hamstring:quadriceps strength ratio, R Right side, L Left side, n number, * indicates p ≤ 0.05, rpb Rank-Biserial Correlation, m Mean, SD Standard deviation, 95% CI Confidence interval