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Table 2 Baseline characteristics and Hoehn and Yahr stage

From: Functional outcomes after total joint arthroplasty are related to the severity of Parkinson’s disease: a mid-term follow-up

VariablesTHA groupTKA group
Number of patients2418
Number of hips2822
Gender
 Male8 (33.33%)3 (16.67%)
 Female16 (66.67%)15 (83.33%)
Weight (kg), mean ± SD54.73 ± 10.1259.09 ± 9.96
Height (cm), mean ± SD158.04 ± 6.89157.28 ± 7.43
BMI, mean ± SD21.91 ± 3.8223.83 ± 3.25
Age, mean (range)64.67 ± 10.69 (47–80)67.89 ± 6.62 (56–85)
Follow-up (months), median (IQR)51.50 (34.00–72.00)38.00 (29.75–50.75)
Side
 Left15 (53.57%)11 (50.00%)
 Right13 (46.43%)11 (50.00%)
Hoehn and Yahr stage
 I7 (29.17%)2 (11.11%)
 II5 (20.83%)7 (38.89%)
 III8 (33.33%)5 (27.78%)
 IV3 (12.50%)4 (22.22%)
 V1 (4.15%)0
  1. Abbreviations: THA total hip arthroplasty, TKA total knee arthroplasty, SD standard deviation, BMI body mass index, IQR interquartile range