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Table 2 The characteristics of the WHOQOL questioner studies included in the analysis

From: Quality of life in people with transsexuality after surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Authors Year Type of study SS& Surgery QOL* (Mean ± SD) NOS** Score
FTMa MTFb D1c D2d D3e D4f Total QOL
Thompson, HM. et al. [45] 2015 Cross sectional 312 *   66.08 ± 18.98 67.39 ± 17.84 65.0 ± 22.85 59.54 ± 17.74 64.50 ± 19.35 7
George, A. et al. [43] 2015 Cross sectional 60   * 69.70 ± 17.47 64.86 ± 18.51 66.53 ± 11.73 65.00 ± 13.84 66.52 ± 15.39 6
Başar, K. et al. [42] 2016 Cross sectional 72   * 75.00 ± 0.00 56.00 ± 0.00 97.10 ± 0.00 63.00 ± 44.00 72.77 ± 11.00 6
Başar, K. et al. [42] 2016 Cross sectional 22 *   81.00 ± 0.00 69.00 ± 58.90 75.00 ± 19.00 75.00 ± 0.00 75.00 ± 19.50 6
  1. aMTF Male to Female, bFTM Female to Male; c domain 1(Physical); d domain 2(Psychological); e domain 3(Social); f domain 4(Environmental)
  2. &SS Sample Size, *QOL: Quality of Life; ** Newcastle-Ottawa Scale score