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Table 1 Socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of the gynecological cancer sample (N = 100)

From: Body image dissatisfaction and lower self-esteem as major predictors of poor sleep quality in gynecological cancer patients after surgery: cross-sectional study

  Min Max Median (Q1–Q3) Number (%)
Age 30 76 52.50 (40.25–60)  
A. Socio-demographic characteristics     
Marital status     
 Married     39
 Single/divorced/widow     61
Have children     
 No     37
 Yes     63
Medical coverage system     
 RAMed     88
 CNOPS/CNSS     12
Living area     
 Rural     42
 Urban     58
Educational level     
 None     64
 Compulsory school, higher educational degrees     36
Working status     
 Housewives/retired     84
 Workers     16
Socio economic status     
 Poor     84
 Good     16
B. Clinical characteristics     
Surgery     
 Hysterectomy     75
 Oophorectomy     25
Tumor stage     
 T1     23
 T2     8
 T3     69
Time since diagnosis     
 < 1 an     69
 ≥ 1 an     31
Antineoplastic treatment     
 One treatment     66
 Two treatment     33
 Three treatment     1
Disease recurrence     
 No     85
 Yes     15
Anxiety (HADS-A) 0 21 13 (7–18)  
Depression (HADS-D) 0 21 12.5 (7–17.75)  
Body image (BID) 0 30 10 (4–24)  
Self esteem (RSES) 0 30 19 (10–25)  
  1. HADS-A Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Anxiety, HADS-D Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Depression, BID Body image dissatisfaction, RSE Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, Q1–Q3 interquartile interval