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Table 1 Demographics of each patient with preoperative and postoperative kyphotic angle, neurological status and pain scale.

From: Two levels above and one level below pedicle screw fixation for the treatment of unstable thoracolumbar fracture with partial or intact neurology

No Sex F-U (months) Age (years) Level Injury (cause) McAfee (type) ISI (Days) Kyphosis angle Neurology (Frankel) Pain Scale (Dennis)
         Preop IMPO Final Preop Final Preop IMPO Final
1 M 44 19 L1 MVA FD 2 24 0 2 E E 7 3 1
2 M 43 44 T11 MVA UB 0 30 2.9 5.8 E E 8 4 2
3 F 42 28 T12 MVA UB 0 24.1 2 5.2 C E 7 4 1
4 M 42 60 L1 MVA UB 1 25.3 2 4.5 E E 9 5 2
5 F 36 43 T12 MVA UB 6 27.4 2.4 5.1 D E 7 4 1
6 F 30 54 T12 MVA UB 1 28.9 4.3 6.4 E E 9 5 2
7 M 28 42 T12 MVA UB 1 25.2 3 5.8 E E 8 5 2
8 F 27 24 T11 MVA UB 3 30.1 4.5 7.1 D E 9 4 3
9 M 49 28 T12 MVA UB 1 29.5 3.4 5.7 E E 7 4 1
10 M 24 39 T12 Fall TRS 1 29.3 4.2 5.8 D E 7 5 1
11 M 48 63 L1 Fall UB 1 29.3 5.3 7.7 E E 8 4 2
12 F 47 50 L1 MVA FD 5 29 5 6.5 C E 8 5 2
13 M 44 39 T12 Fall TRS 1 31.5 3.5 6.1 E E 9 6 2
14 M 29 42 L1 MVA UB 0 25.4 4.2 6.9 D E 6 5 2
15 M 28 39 T12 MVA UB 0 27.5 3.3 5.6 E E 7 3 1
16 M 26 40 L1 Fall TRS 10 26 10.5 16.4 E E 6 3 1
17 F 26 59 T12 MVA TRS 7 20.6 5.4 8.1 C E 6 4 2
18 F 46 33 T11 MVA TRS 4 20.5 7.3 8.6 E E 7 2 1
19 F 42 26 T12 Fall TRS 6 24 6 7.4 E E 7 2 1
20 M 24 24 T11 MVA FD 3 23 5 6.8 E E 7 3 2
21 M 34 48 L1 MVA FD 1 20.3 3.5 5.9 D E 6 3 1
22 M 33 30 T12 Fall FD 5 32.3 5.7 7.6 E E 9 4 3
23 F 33 55 T12 MVA TRS 4 31.5 2.5 3.8 E E 8 3 1
24 M 32 62 L1 MVA FD 1 24 4.3 5.8 E E 7 4 1
25 F 32 23 L1 Fall FD 8 21.8 4 5.8 D E 7 3 2
26 F 36 43 T11 MVA UB 6 22.8 3 5.2 E E 7 3 2
27 M 24 23 T11 Fall UB 3 20.5 4.6 6.5 E E 7 3 1
28 M 24 56 T11 Fall TRS 4 24.3 0 3.4 E E 7 4 1
29 F 27 42 L1 MVA TRS 7 35 8.4 9.8 D E 9 4 2
30 F 26 37 L1 MVA UB 3 30.3 3.7 4.6 E E 9 5 2
31 M 29 42 T12 MVA FD 14 35 3.2 5.9 C E 8 5 3
  1. Abbreviations: F-U: Follow-Up; ISI: Injury Surgery Interval; IMPO: immediate post operative; MVA: motor vehicle accident; UB: Unstable burst fracture; TRS: translational injury; FD: flexion-distraction injury; HWF: hard ware failure; SWI: superficial wound infection.