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Table 5 Demographics, cognitive function and brain network measures in each group

From: Subjective cognitive impairment and brain structural networks in Chinese gynaecological cancer survivors compared with age-matched controls: a cross-sectional study

  Mean (SD)/ n (%) p-Value
Surgery only (n = 10) Receiving CT (n = 10) Healthy controls (n = 10)
Age 50.50 (9.51) 50.90 (9.34) 50.50 (6.81) 0.993
Education levels     0.159
 Primary school or below 8 (80.0) 9 (90.0) 7 (70.0)  
 High school or above 2 (20.0) 1 (10.0) 3 (30.0)  
Employment status     0.329
 Employed 1 (10.0) 0 (0) 10 (100)  
 Unemployed or retired 9 (90.0) 10 (100) 0 (0)  
Marital status     0.355
 Married 10 (100) 9 (90.0) 10 (100)  
 Divorced 0 (0) 1 (10.0) 0 (0)  
FACT-Cog total score 77.50 (6.00) 59.40 (4.85) 78.60 (5.81) <0.001
 Perceived cognitive impairment 43.70 (3.83) 31.90 (11.21) 46.50 (5.68) 0.046
 Comments from others 13.90 (2.76) 9.30 (4.94) 11.60 (3.68) 0.070
 Perceived cognitive ability 12.10 (2.02) 9.70 (4.69) 13.60 (3.65) 0.687
 Impact on QOL 7.80 (3.64) 8.50 (4.19) 6.90 (4.45) <0.001
Graph metrics
 Small-worldness 1.276 (0.039) 1.191 (0.074) 1.290 (0.073) 0.004
 Global efficiency 0.140 (0.002) 0.136 (0.004) 0.142 (0.005) 0.065
 Local efficiency 0.199 (0.004) 0.199 (0.005) 0.201 (0.004) 0.697
 Clustering coefficient 1.696 (0.296) 1.765 (0.314) 1.504 (0.261) 0.137
 Characteristic path length 1.487 (0.099) 1.544 (0.139) 1.446 (0.094) 0.169
  1. Abbreviation: CT Chemothrapy
  2. Bolded p values are statistically signifcant