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Research Article

Effects of Mild and Severe Knee Joint Pain on Various Activities of Daily Living in the Female Elderly

Table 1

The basic statistics for age, height, and body weight of subjects in each group.

No knee pain
(G1: )
Mild unilateral knee pain
(G2: )
Mild bilateral knee pain
(G3: )
Severe unilateral knee pain
(G4: )
Severe bilateral knee pain
(G5: )
ANOVAScheff’s post hoc
MSDMAXMINMSDMAXMINMSDMAXMINMSDMAXMINMSDMAXMINF P G1, (G2 + G3), (G4 + G5)

Age (yr)75.4 6.7 88 62 76.8 6.0 94 60 76.4 5.2 86 60 76.7 5.1 87 68 77.5 5.7 85 60 1.100.36
Height (cm)147.8 6.2 164.5 132.5 147.2 6.2 161.4 132.5 147.7 5.7 160.0 138.4 149.1 5.0 156.0 138.0 146.7 5.9 159.4 140.0 0.470.76
Weight (kg)48.40 7.6 69.6 32.1 49.32 12.4 70.9 32.5 53.76 7.4 69.1 40.8 54.69 6.9 71.0 39.0 53.42 6.6 68.8 41.7 3.08*0.02G1 < (G4 + G5)

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