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Table 2 Sample characteristics.

From: Development and validation of a Greek language version of the Manchester Foot Pain and Disability Index

Age (years) – mean (SD) 73.0 (5.3)
Sex – n (%)  
   Female 64 (61.5)
   Male 40 (38.5)
Country of birth – n (%)  
   Greece 59 (56.7)
   Cyprus 41 (39.4)
   Egypt 2 (1.9)
   Armenia 1 (1.0)
   Australia 1 (1.0)
Education: total years – median (range) 5.5 (0 – 17)
Major medical conditions – n (%)  
   Heart problems 64 (61.5)
   Peripheral vascular disease 60 (57.7)
   Osteoarthritis 80 (76.9)
Hips 57 (54.8)
Hands/wrists 41 (39.4)
Spine 39 (37.5)
Knees 24 (23.1)
Feet 9 (8.7)
   Cancer 24 (23.1)
   Stroke 10 (9.6)
   Diabetes 5 (4.8)
   Rheumatoid arthritis 5 (4.8)
More than four medications – n (%) 43 (41.3)
Podiatry-related issues – n (%)  
   Currently receives podiatry 13 (12.5)
   Previous foot surgery 6 (5.8)
   Difficulty finding comfortable shoes 39 (37.5)
   Needs more help looking after feet 42 (40.4)
Foot characteristics  
   Moderate to severe hallux valgus – n (%) 18 (17.0)
   Calluses 29 (28.8)
   Ankle flexibility (°) 40.1 (12.2)
   Navicular height/foot length (mm) 0.11 (0.03)