A clinical trial based study outcome of osteoarthritis knee with lequesne index
... This study result was consistent with Srinivas P et al. 23 and Khalid M et al. 26 Out of 40 patients, 2 (5%) patients were underweight, 28 (70%) patients were of normal BMI & 10 (25%) patients were found to be overweight. But epidemiological data supports that overall obese persons are more affected in knee OA 27,28,29 . In the present study incidence was more in normal BMI patients which was similar to Muraki S et al. 30 Zhang Q et al. 31 Vishal AA et al. 32 & Radha MS et al. 33 Out of 40 patients 22 (55%) patients were having sedentary lifestyle, 9 (22.5%) ...