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Fig. 2 | Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes

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From: Health-related quality of life burden of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis: a robust pragmatic literature review

Fig. 2

Mean scores for a SF-36 domains and b SF-6D health utility in cirrhotic NAFLD patients, noncirrhotic NAFLD patients, and general population means (Sayiner et al. 2016) [13]. All domains statistically significantly lower for cirrhotic NAFLD vs noncirrhotic NAFLD (p < 0.05), except MH (p = 0.0512). Cirrhotic NAFLD: all domains statistically significantly lower versus general population means (p < 0.05). Noncirrhotic NAFLD: all domains with the exception of SF, RE, MH, and MCS statistically significantly lower versus general population means (p < 0.05). BP, bodily pain; GH, general health; MCS, mental component summary; MH, mental health; PCS, physical component summary; PF, physical functioning; RE, role emotional; RP, role physical; SF, social functioning; VT, vitality. *p < 0.05 versus general population means

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