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Table 2 The associations between hip cartilage defects and femoral head cartilage volume in people with no diagnosed hip osteoarthritis (n = 141)

From: Structural changes of hip osteoarthritis using magnetic resonance imaging

  Univariate P-value Multivariate* P-value
  β (95% CI)   β (95% CI)  
Femoral head     
Central superolateral -184 (-471, 104) 0.21 -283 (-460, -106) 0.002
Central inferomedial -35 (-305, 234) 0.80 -11 (-180, 158) 0.90
Anterior -357 (-1083, 371) 0.33 -800 (-1246, -354) 0.001
Posterior -80 (-432, 273) 0.66 -198 (-421, 25) 0.08
Acetabular     
Central superolateral -117 (-423, 188) 0.45 -35 (-228, 158) 0.72
Anterior -320 (-664, 23) 0.08 -259 (-478, -41) 0.02
Posterior 251 (-27, 530) 0.08 -151 (-336, 33) 0.11
Femoroacetabular
Central superolateral -201 (-469, 67) 0.14 -153 (-324, 17) 0.08
Anterior -332 (-671, 6) 0.05 -277 (-491, -63) 0.01
Posterior 138 (-135, 411) 0.32 -144 (-321, 32) 0.11
  1. *Adjusted for age, gender, body mass index and femoral head bone area. All central results are combined prevalence of regions 1 and 2.