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Table 7 Mean and standard deviations, and pairwise comparisons of sample entropy between normal foot, pes cavus, pes valgus, and hallux valgus

From: Sample entropy characteristics of movement for four foot types based on plantar centre of pressure during stance phase

  Mean(STD)
  Normal Foot Pes Valgus Hallux Valgus Pes Cavus
Left foot L_AP_V −2.000 (.358)d −1.890 (.358)d −1.998(.324)d −2.180(.303)d
L_Res_V −1.970(.363)d −1.866(.324)d −1.959(.330)d −2.151(.310)d
L_F_V −1.359(.267) −1.426(.352) −1.332(.310) −1.429(.317)
L_AP_A −1.914 (.790) −2.050 (.941) −1.890(.710) −2.104(.635)
L_Res_A −1.917 (.774) −2.066 (.886) −1.873 (.703) −2.104(.634)
Right foot R_Res_V −1.968(.290)d −1.960(.418)d −1.878 (.341)d −2.149(.260)d
R_F_V −1.439 (.280) −1.452 (.289) −1.408 (.306) −1.504(.324)
R_ML_A −1.750(.621) −1.917(.686) −1.650(.729) −1.652(.816)
R_AP_A −1.825(.652)bd −2.180(.889)a −1.826(.681)d −2.149(.621)ac
  R_Res_A −1.781(.650)bd −2.159(.832)ac −1.790(.653)bd −2.106(.639)ac
  1. STD: standard deviation.
  2. a, b, c, d: significantly different from normal foot (a), pes valgus (b), hallux valgus (c) and pes cavus (d), respectively.