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Table 1 Population prevalence of midfoot pain, symptomatic, and disabling symptomatic midfoot OA by demographic characteristics

From: The epidemiology of symptomatic midfoot osteoarthritis in community-dwelling older adults: cross-sectional findings from the Clinical Assessment Study of the Foot

  Midfoot pain Symptomatic midfoot OA Disabling symptomatic midfoot OA
All adults aged 50+ 19.4 (18.3, 20.5) 12.0 (10.9, 13.2) 9.6 (8.6, 10.6)
Gender    
 Male 17.2 (15.7, 18.7) 10.3 (8.9, 11.7) 7.9 (6.7, 9.1)
 Female 21.5 (19.9, 23.1) 13.7 (12.0, 15.5) 11.2 (9.7, 12.8)
Age (years) overall    
 50–64 20.6 (19.0, 22.2) 11.8 (10.0, 13.5) 9.0 (7.5, 10.4)
 65–74 17.6 (15.7, 19.5) 11.1 (9.4, 12.8) 8.8 (7.2, 10.4)
 75+ 18.7 (16.3, 21.1) 14.4 (11.9, 16.9) 13.0 (10.7, 15.3)
Males    
 50–64 18.8 (16.6, 21.0) 10.5 (8.4, 12.6) 7.5 (5.9, 9.1)
 65–74 15.1 (12.5, 17.6) 9.3 (6.9, 11.7) 7.8 (5.5, 10.0)
 75+ 15.4 (11.8, 18.9) 11.3 (8.0, 14.6) 9.9 (6.8, 12.3)
Females    
 50–64 22.4 (20.1, 24.7) 13.1 (10.6, 15.5) 10.5 (8.3, 12.6)
 65–74 20.2 (17.3, 23.1) 12.9 (10.1, 15.8) 9.9 (7.4, 12.4)
 75+ 21.1 (17.8, 24.4) 16.6 (13.2, 20.0) 15.3 (12.1, 18.5)
Socio-economic classification    
 Managerial and professional 12.7 (10.6, 14.7) 6.9 (4.9, 8.9) 4.9 (3.3, 6.5)
 Intermediate occupations 18.8 (16.2, 21.4) 12.6 (9.9, 15.4) 10.5 (8.2, 12.8)
 Routine and manual 21.6 (20.0, 23.2) 13.3 (11.6, 15.0) 10.5 (9.1, 11.9)
  1. Based on imputed and weighted analyses
  2. OA osteoarthritis