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Table 1 Patient baseline characteristics

From: Clinical features and treatment of “Non-dislocated hyperextension tibial plateau fracture”

No Gender Age Injury cause Schatzker classification Three-column theory classification Preoperative pTSA pTSA change MRI finding injury
1 Female 56 Traffic accident II Lateral column − 8 14 MCL + mensci
2 Female 57 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns − 10 20 MCL + mensci
3 Male 41 Traffic accident V Three columns − 5 9 /
4 Male 37 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns − 5 8 /
5 Female 31 Traffic accident V Three columns 0 5 /
6 Male 31 Traffic accident VI Three columns − 3 7 /
7 Female 58 Traffic accident V Three columns − 5 8 Mensci
8 Female 79 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns − 8 20 MCL + mensci
9 Female 27 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns − 5 9 /
10 Male 36 Fall IV Medial column − 10 18 PCL + PLC + mensci
11 Male 41 Heavy crush II Lateral column 0 4 /
12 Female 51 Traffic accident II Lateral column 0 5 /
13 Male 63 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns 0 5 Mensci
14 Female 48 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns − 8 14 MCL
15 Male 64 Heavy crush VI Three columns − 5 10 /
16 Male 74 Traffic accident IV Medial column − 10 20 PCL + PLC + mensci
17 Male 37 Fall V Three columns − 10 18 PLC + mensci
18 Male 61 Fall VI Three columns − 5 10 /
19 Female 31 Traffic accident IV Medial column − 5 10 /
20 Female 69 Traffic accident IV Medial column − 4 8 /
21 Female 61 Traffic accident V Three columns − 6 12 PLC + mensci
22 Female 64 Traffic accident II Lateral column − 5 12 MCL
23 Female 68 Fall IV Medial column − 8 15 PLC + mensci
24 Male 46 Fall V Three columns 0 5 /
25 Male 56 Traffic accident V Lateral+medial columns − 5 10 /