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Table 1 Patient characteristics, variables and functional results

From: Which factors are associated with the functional recovery in patients undergoing endoprosthetic knee reconstruction following bone tumour resection? – A observational study

Patient characteristics
Age, years (SD) 27.5 (18)
Female, n. (%) 5 (33%)
Morphology, n. (%)
 Osteosarcoma 13 (87)
 Condrosarcoma 2 (13)
Site of the tumor, n. (%)
 Femur 12 (80)
 Tibia 3 (20)
Follow-up, months (SD) 12.9 (1.6)
% of bone resection, (SD) 37.8 (12.5)
Chemotherapy, months (SD) 7.4 (2.7)
Knee flexion, degree (SD) 104.7 (19.3)
Strengh of knee extensor, grade (0–5) (SD) 3.9 (0.9)
Postural Control – SCoP (mm/sec)
Eyes open, mean (SD) 9.9 (3.6)
Eyes closed, mean (SD) 13.2 (5.7)
Functional results
 Disability index
  MSTS score (SD) 23.7 (4.3)
  TESS (%) 86.3 (10.8)
 Gait performance
  10-m test (sec) 8.7 (2.5)
  6mWT (m) 421.6 (115.5)
  TUG (sec) 8.9 (2.6)
  1. SCoP speed of the centre of pressure