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Fig. 2 | Health and Quality of Life Outcomes

Fig. 2

From: Relation of anxiety and other psychometric measures, balance deficits, impaired quality of life, and perceived state of health to dizziness handicap inventory scores for patients with dizziness

Fig. 2

Mean scores pre- and post-therapy for patients with dizziness and a quantified balance deficit (QBD) for the primary outcome measure Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) score, and secondary measures: the Global Score Index (GSI), phobic anxiety psychometric sub-score (obtained from the BSI questionnaire), and BCI values. As in Fig. 1, the column heights in each panel equal the mean values and the vertical bars on the columns, the standard error of the mean. A horizontal bar with a probability (p) value indicates the significant difference between the means if present. Only the changes, pre- to post-therapy, in the mean Balance Control Index (BCI) and phobic anxiety were significant. Other psychometric scores of QBD patients were not changed post therapy. The normal upper limit for the BCI is indicated by the dashed line in the lower left panel

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