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Table 4 Comparison of the local lumbar and lumbosacral deformity angle

From: Posterior-only vs. combined posterior-anterior approaches in treating lumbar and lumbosacral spinal tuberculosis: a retrospective study with minimum 7-year follow-up

 Kyphosis angle(°)Angle correctionCorrection loss (°)
Groupn
PrePostFFUPost (°)Rate (%)
A1k2016.8 ± 8.53.8±1.55.1 ± 1.613.1 ± 7.674.9 ± 11.81.3 ± 0.6
B1k1617.5 ± 8.34.3±1.85.5 ± 1.813.2 ± 7.272.0 ± 11.91.2 ± 0.6
P valueP = 0.806P = 0.355P = 0.460P = 0.957P = 0.469P = 0.597
 Lordotic angle (°) 
PrePostFFU
A1l109.7 ± 8.816.9 ± 6.015.9 ± 6.07.1 ± 4.147.8 ± 27.20.9 ± 0.4
B1l1010.5 ± 7.618.1 ± 3.417.3 ± 3.77.6±5.146.4 ± 32.80.9 ± 0.3
P valueP = 0.831P = 0.565P = 0.554P = 0.818P = 0.915P = 0.847
 Lumbosacral angle (°) 
PrePostFFU
A21213.4 ± 6.819.4 ± 4.318.7 ± 4.46.0 ± 3.434.3 ± 21.50.7 ± 0.3
B21413.7 ± 6.220.0 ± 3.419.3 ± 3.26.3 ± 3.234.1 ± 20.90.8 ± 0.3
P valueP = 0.884P= 0.676P = 0.703P = 0.832P = 0.985P = 0.611
  1. Pre preoperative, post postoperative immediately, FFU final follow-up
  2. A1k and B1k: the cases with a local lumbar kyphosis angle in lesions
  3. A1l and B1l: the cases with a local lumbar lordotic angle in lesions