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Table 1 Demographic data (mean ± SD)

From: High periprosthetic bone mineral density measured in immediate postoperative period may not guarantee less periprosthetic bone loss in the proximal femur after cementless total hip arthroplasty – A retrospective study

Patient characteristicsN = 64
Sex
 Male32
 Female32
Age (year)57.8 ± 12.0
Weight (kg)64.5 ± 14.0
Height (cm)163.4 ± 9.9
BMI (kg/m2)24.2 ± 5.3
Smoking history21
Alcohol consumption36
Diagnosis
 Femoral head necrosis48
 Femoral neck fracture8
 Hip joint osteoarthritis5
DDH3
T score of hip and spine 
 T > −121
 -1 ≥ T ≥ − 2.543
 -2.5 > T0
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