Tables showing patient demographic characteristics, a comparison of intervention and control groups on secondary outcomes, and an analysis if the primary outcome (informed decision) was affected by additional potential sources of variability and a shared decision-making survey
A table showing inclusion and exclusion criteria
Tables showing patient outcomes at baseline and twelve months, adjusted for preoperative characteristics, according to severity group as well as the baseline covariates used in the adjusted analysis for each outcome variable
A table outlining the mJOA scale
A table showing the BMRC muscle grading system and figures demonstrating individual cases
A table showing early results, a schematic illustration of sensation restoration of the affected foot as demonstrated by the Semmes-Weinstein monofilament test, and videos showing the injuries, treatment, and results in the two cases described in this report
Video 1: Injuries, treatment, and results in a four-year-old girl.
Video 2: Injuries, treatment, and results in a fifty-two-year-old woman.
Tables showing the results of the multivariate logistic regression analyses for postoperative complications and in-hospital mortality
Tables summarizing the number and completeness of returned questionnaires and the characteristics of patients who did and did not return the questionnaire as well as tables comparing the outcomes according to treatment, sex, and age
Video 1: The spinal column (yellow arrow) moved in synchronization with the breathing rhythm (red arrow), but not with the heartbeat. During the inspiratory phase, the vertebral column shifted posteriorly with chest expansion in the untreated mice (Video 1) whereas it shifted to the curve convexity during inspiration in the mice with thoracic scoliosis (Video 2).
Video 2: The spinal column (yellow arrow) moved in synchronization with the breathing rhythm (red arrow), but not with the heartbeat. During the inspiratory phase, the vertebral column shifted posteriorly with chest expansion in the untreated mice (Video 1) whereas it shifted to the curve convexity during inspiration in the mice with thoracic scoliosis (Video 2).
A table showing the number of mice used in the current study and videos demonstrating the vertebral column shift in mice with and without thoracic scoliosis
Tables showing the characteristics of Medicare beneficiaries with hip fracture from 1991 to 2008; hip fracture treatment in teaching hospitals, rural hospitals, and high and low-volume hospitals; hip fractures treated with total hip arthroplasty in the Medicare population from 1991 to 2008; and characteristics of U.S. acute care hospitals managing patients with hip fracture from 1991 to 2008; and a figure showing a flowchart of the study cohort generation
A table listing the search terms used to identify candidate articles
A table showing the Saleh and Gross classification system for acetabular bone loss
A table providing information on evidence-based articles related to total hip arthroplasty