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Table 1 Description of the 13 biomechanical parameters

From: A multivariate relationship between the kinematic and clinical parameters of knee osteoarthritis population

Y Name Description Mean (SD)
\(Y_{1}\) Rot_RomSw Range of motion of internal/external rotation during swing 1.9 (1.2)
\(Y_{2}\) Abd_MeanSt Mean abduction/adduction angle during the stance phase 4.4 (5.7)
\(Y_{3}\) Rot_Init Internal/external rotation angle at initial contact 3.0 (3.6)
\(Y_{4}\) Flex_Max Flexion angle maximum 59.5 (5.7)
\(Y_{5}\) Flex_EndSt Flexion angle at the end of the stance phase 12.1 (7.2)
\(Y_{6}\) Abd_MaxSw Maximum of the abduction/adduction angle during swing phase 7.9 (5.6)
\(Y_{7}\) Abd_MinLo Minimum abduction/adduction angle during the loading phase 4.3 (5.5)
\(Y_{8}\) Abd_Init Abduction/adduction angle at initial contact 4.8 (5.3)
\(Y_{9}\) Abd_Lo Abduction/adduction angle at the end of the loading phase 5.6 (5.9)
\(Y_{10}\) Abd_Rom Range of motion of the abduction/adduction angle 9.3 (3.1)
\(Y_{11}\) Rot_InitAbs Internal/external rotation absolute angle value at initial contact 3.8 (2.8)
\(Y_{12}\) Rot_Rom Range of motion of the internal/external rotation 11.3 (3.2)
\(Y_{13}\) Abd_RomLo Range of motion of the abduction/adduction angle during loading phase −1.3 (2.4)