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Table 3 Frequency distribution of CPQ11-14 among children with treated TDI and absence of TDI (n = 1401); Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2009.

From: Association between treated/untreated traumatic dental injuries and impact on quality of life of Brazilian schoolchildren

  TDI   
Variables Treated TDI (n = 64) Absence of TDI (n = 1337) Unadjusted
PR
(95% CI)
P value
Oral symptoms     
   Pain     
CPQ11-14 = 0 20 (31.2) 541 (40.5) 1 0.142
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 44 (68.8) 796 (59.5) 1.4 (0.8-2.5)  
   Mouth sores     
CPQ11-14 = 0 23 (35.9) 475 (35.5) 1 0.947
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 41 (64.1) 862 (64.5) 0.9 (0.5-1.6)  
Functional limitations     
   Difficulty chewing     
CPQ11-14 = 0 32 (50.0) 772 (57.7) 1 0.221
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 32 (50.0) 565 (42.3) 1.3 (0.8-2.2)  
   Difficulty eating/drinking hot/cold foods     
CPQ11-14 = 0 25 (39.1) 455 (34.0) 1 0.407
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 39 (60.9) 882 (66.0) 0.8 (0.4-1.3)  
Emotional wellbeing     
   Felt irritable/frustrated     
CPQ11-14 = 0 43 (67.2) 827 (61.9) 1 0.390
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 21 (32.8) 510 (38.1) 0.7 (0.4-1.3)  
   Upset     
CPQ11-14 = 0 41 (64.1) 795 (59.5) 1 0.464
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 23 (35.9) 542 (40.5) 0.8 (0.4-1.3)  
   Concerned with what others think     
CPQ11-14 = 0 28 (43.8) 548 (41.0) 1 0.661
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 36 (56.2) 789 (59.0) 0.8 (0.5-1.4)  
Social wellbeing     
   Avoided smiling/laughing     
CPQ11-14 = 0 45 (70.3) 939 (70.2) 1 0.989
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 19 (29.7) 398 (29.8) 0.9 (0.5-1.7)  
   Teased/called names     
CPQ11-14 = 0 48 (75.0) 913 (68.3) 1 0.258
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 16 25.0) 424(31.7) 0.7(0.4-1.2)  
   Other children asked questions     
CPQ11-14 = 0 31 48.4) 832(62.2) 1 0.027
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 33 (51.6) 505 (37.8) 1.5 (1.1-2.8)  
Overall CPQ 11-14     
CPQ11-14 = 0 1 (1.6) 19 (1.4) 1 0.610
CPQ11-14 ≥ 1 63 (98.4) 1318 (98.6) 0.9 (0.1-6.8)  
  1. Chi-square test, Fisher's exact test.