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Table 1 Socio-demographic and clinical characteristic of the sample

From: Explaining parent-child (dis)agreement in generic and short stature-specific health-related quality of life reports: do family and social relationships matter?

  Children (n = 137) Parents (n = 137)
Sociodemographic characteristics
 Age (in years), M (SD)   13.30 (2.74) 43.88 (5.15)
 Age group, n (%) Children 8–12 years 59 (43.1 %)  
  Adolescents 13–18 years 78 (56.9 %)  
 Sex, n (%) Male 68 (49.6 %) 17 (12.4 %)
Female 56 (40.9 %) 104 (75.9 %)
Missing 13 (9.5 %) 16 (11.7 %)
 Country, n (%) Sweden 41 (29.9 %)
Germany 41 (29.9 %)
France 24 (17.5 %)
UK 16 (11.7 %)
Spain 15 (10.9 %)
Clinical characteristics
 Diagnosis, n (%) GHD 60 (43.8 %)  
ISS 77 (56.2 %)  
 Treatment status, n (%) GH treatment 73 (53.3 %)  
Untreated 51 (37.2 %)  
  Missing 13 (9.5 %)  
 Height deviation, n (%) Above –2 SD (achieved normal height) 24 (17.5 %)  
Below –2 SD (current short stature) 71 (51.8 %)  
Missing 42 (30.7 %)