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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Individual bilateral strength differences (BD) of isokinetic knee strength in the surgery group

Participant* Knee injury Treatment Time since surgery(yr) 60°·sec−1 (%) 180°·sec−1 (%)
BD of Q BD of H BD of Q BD of H
1 Lt / ACL & MCL rupture, ML ACLR & MR 2 7 2 0 6
2 Lt / ACL & MCL rupture, ML ACLR & MS 2 4 4 0 0
3 Lt / ACL rupture ACLR 5 8 2 5 2
4 Rt / ACL rupture ACLR 6 12 12 6 12
5 Rt / ACL rupture ACLR 3 4 1 6 7
6 Lt / ACL rupture ACLR 5 8 2 5 2
7 Lt / CD & ML MS 3 27 8 5 6
8 Lt / ML MS 4 19 4 14 11
9 Lt / CD MFx 1 7 23 14 21

Q: quadriceps, H: hamstrings, Lt: left, ACL: anterior cruciate ligament, MCL: medial collateral ligament, ML: meniscus lesion, ACLR: ACL reconstruction, MR: meniscal repair, MS: menisectomy, Rt: right, CD: chondral defect, MFx: microfracture, *Participants with a history of knee surgery. Before study.

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