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Research Article

Locomotive Syndrome Stage 1 Predicts Significant Worsening of Future Motor Performance: The Prospective Yakumo Study

Table 1

Demographic data at baseline (2011) in patients (n = 113) who were followed for 5 years.

Variable at baselineTotal (n = 113)Male (n = 49)Female (n = 64)

Age (years)63.8 ± 8.565.0 ± 7.763.0 ± 9.0
 ≤499 (8%)3 (6%)6 (9%)
 50–5926 (23%)10 (20%)16 (25%)
 60–6948 (42%)20 (41%)28 (44%)
 ≥7030 (27%)16 (33%)14 (22%)
Height (cm)158.5 ± 8.1165.6 ± 9.2152.8 ± 7.2
Body weight (kg)59.5 ± 9.166.1 ± 8.354.5 ± 7.2
Body fat percentage (%)27.425.129.3
Body mass index (kg/m2)23.6 ± 2.924.0 ± 2.523.3 ± 3.1
Bone mineral density (%YAM)81.8 ± 16.685.4 ± 18.879.7 ± 14.8
Osteoporosis21 (19%)7 (14%)14 (22%)
GLFS-257.4 ± 7.16.7 ± 7.67.9 ± 6.3
Stand-up test (%)42.9 ± 12.647.8 ± 15.239.1 ± 10.4
Two-step test (cm)111.3 ± 18.1120.6 ± 19.4104.3 ± 17.3

Values are expressed as mean ± standard error or as a number (percentage). YAM: young adult mean; GLFS-25: 25-question geriatric locomotive function scale. Number of subjects who could stand up on one leg (right or left) from a height of 40 cm.

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