At the start of the materials and methods section: Our study involved 10 men and 17 women, with mean age of 24.5 years.
Talking about results (there is a figure that listeners can look at): We compared the measured values of the operated knee with the same values for the non-operated knee.
The relative hamstring strength of the operated knee was 45.2% compared with the non-operated knee. A significant functional deficit was revealed.
At the end of the talk: To solve this controversial issue we need a correlation analysis between the morphological and functional recovery of the hamstring based on a detailed imaging evealuation of the whole muscle-tendon unit.
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