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Table 2 trauma mechanisms_specific nerves

From: Nerve trauma of the lower extremity: evaluation of 60,422 leg injured patients from the TraumaRegister DGU® between 2002 and 2015

  Femoral nerve Sciatic nerve Tibial nerve Peroneal nerve
car (%) 25,0 (CI 16,3–36,6) 37,9 (CI 30,5–46,4) 32,0 (CI 24,5–41,0) 26,8 (CI 22,4–31,8)
motorbike (%) 31,7 (CI 21,8–44,6) 25,5 (CI 19,6–32,7) 30,9 (CI 23,6–39,8) 35,5 (CI 30,4–41,1)
bicycle (%) 4,8 (CI 1,6–11,2) 3,3 (CI 1,4–6,5) 3,1 (CI 1,1–6,7) 3,8 (CI 2,3–6,0)
pedestrian (%) 10,6 (CI 5,3–18,9) 5,8 (CI 3,1–9,7) 11,3 (CI 7,1–17,2) 12,7 (CI 9,8–16,3)
high fall (> 3 m) (%) 13,5 (CI 7,4–22,6) 12,3 (CI 8,3–17,6) 9,3 (CI 5,5–14,7) 9,9 (CI 7,3–13,1)
low fall (< 3 m) (%) 5,8 (CI 2,1–12,6) 4,5 (CI 2,3–8,1) 3,1 (CI 1,1–6,7) 3,2 (CI 1,8–5,2)
other (%) 8,7 (CI 4,0–16,4) 10,7 (CI 7,0–15,7) 10,3 (CI 6,3–15,9) 8,1 (CI 5,8–11,0)
  1. Table_trauma mechanisms_specific nerves: This table provides detailed information about the proportional differences of underlying accident patterns leading to lower limb injuries with particular extremity nerve involvement. Truncation of numbers in a single column may cause deviations from 100%. CI confidence interval of 95%