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Table 1 Demographics data of patients with and without medial and lateral meniscal lesions

From: Anatomic risk factor for meniscal lesion in association with ACL rupture

 Mean ± SDMinimumMaximump
Age at surgery (years)
 With MM lesion (n = 167)34.4 ± 1.815.462< 0.001
 No MM lesion (n = 245)30.1 ± 1.315.758.1
 With LM lesion (n = 100)31.3 ± 2.216.351.10.6
 No LM lesion (n = 312)32 ± 1.315.462
BMI (kg/m2)
 With MM lesion (n = 167)24.5 ± 0.517.537.30.02
 No MM lesion (n = 245)23.7 ± 0.417.737.6
 With LM lesion (n = 100)24.2 ± 0.617.632.40.6
 No LM (n = 312)24 ± 0.417.537.6
Tegner activity score
 With MM lesion (n = 167)6.8 ± 0.2290.4
 No MM lesion (n = 245)6.9 ± 0.1210
 With LM lesion (n = 100)6.9 ± 0.22100.6
 No LM lesion (n = 312)6.8 ± 0.129
Time from injury to surgery (weeks)
 With MM lesion (n = 167)15.1 ± 2.70.5123.90.08
 No MM lesion (n = 245)9.3 ± 2.20.4155.8
 With LM lesion (n = 100)9.1 ± 3.30.41540.3
 No LM lesion (n = 312)11.8 ± 2.60.6155.8
IKDC scoreBCD 
 With MM lesion (n = 167)12 (7.2%)132 (79%)23 (13.8%)0.2
 No MM lesion (n = 245)22 (9%)203 (82.9%)20 (8.1%)
 With LM lesion (n = 100)4 (4%)81 (81%)15 (15%)0.02
 No LM lesion (n = 312)30 (9.6%)254 (81.4%)28 (9%)