Table 5

Postoperative patient-reported outcome in relation to presence of generalised joint hypermobility

AuthorsPatients (male)TestType of graftFollow-up time, mean years (minimum)Result sorted by presence of GJHP value
Correlation with GJH (r)GJHNon-GJH
Kim et al41*237 (183)Lysholm scorePT2 (2)88.9±4.991.1±4.2NS
HT2 (2)84.1±3.691.6±5.6<0.001
Kim et al6108 (82)PT885.9±6.290.5±3.6<0.001
Larson et al5183 (81)Various‡5.7/<0.001
Kim et al30272 (175)PT or HT2 (2)−0.1160.013
Kim et al41*237 (183)IKDC scorePT2 (2)86.3±8.889.5±7.3NS
HT2 (2)81.1±3.590.1±4.5<0.001
Kim et al6108 (82)PT882.1±10.888.9±7.6<0.001
Larson et al5183 (81)Various‡5.7/6.278.387.40.003
Kim et al30272 (175)PT or HT2 (2)−0.1930.001
Larson et al5183 (81)Cincinnati knee rating systemVarious‡5.7/6.282.391.70.001
Astur et al42242 (196)TAS, ACLHT0.5−17.6%NS
  • *The p values of the Bonferroni correction analysis are presented for this publication.

  • †The exact follow-up time was not disclosed.

  • ‡PT autograft (46), PT allograft (43), quadrupled HT autograft (85), tibialis anterior allograft (9).

  • ACLM, combination of ACL and meniscus injury; GJH, generalised joint hypermobility; HT, hamstring tendon ; IKDC, International Knee Documentation Committee; NS, not significant; PT, patellar tendon; TAS, Tegner Activity Scale.