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Figure 1. From: Evaluation of psychological and physiological predictors of fatigue in patients with COPD.

Flow chart of recruitment and assessment.

Agnieszka Lewko, et al. BMC Pulm Med. 2009;9:47-47.
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Figure 2. From: Evaluation of psychological and physiological predictors of fatigue in patients with COPD.

Box plots showing MFI 20 dimensions (median and IQR) in COPD patients for GOLD stages. GOLD stage I & II (n = 27), III (n = 32) and IV (n = 15). Kruskal Wallis tests: p = 0.008 for Physical Fatigue and p = 0.045 for Reduced Activity; p > 0.05 for General Fatigue, Reduced Motivation and Mental Fatigue; †Mann-Whitney test (Bonferroni correction p = 0.02).

Agnieszka Lewko, et al. BMC Pulm Med. 2009;9:47-47.
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Figure 3. From: Evaluation of psychological and physiological predictors of fatigue in patients with COPD.

Box plots showing MFI 20 dimensions (median and IQR) in COPD patients for MRC scores. MRC score 1&2 (n = 31), 3 (n = 12), 4 (n = 17), 5 (n = 14). Kruskal Wallis tests: p = 0.001 for General Fatigue, p = 0.004 for Physical Fatigue, p = 0.001 for Reduced Activity, p > .05 for Reduced Motivation and Mental Fatigue; †Mann-Whitney test (Bonferroni correction p = 0.008).

Agnieszka Lewko, et al. BMC Pulm Med. 2009;9:47-47.

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