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Table 2 Patients’ characteristics

From: Validation of a childhood eating disorder outcome scale

  Total cases AN ARFID
At the first visit
 N (M:F ratio) 131 (10:121) 89 (3:86) 38 (7:31)
 Mean age, y (range) 12.5 (5.5–15.5) 12.9 (9.1–15.5) 11.6 (5.5–14.8)
 Mean BMI-SDS (range) −3.5 (−8.7–0.1) −3.7 (−7.8–0.1) −3.3 (− 8.7−−1.1)
 Mean outcome score (range) 13.3 (4–23) 14.6 (6–23) 10.4 (5–18)
 Mean ChEAT26 (SD) 21.4 (15.0) 25.6 (15.4) 11.6 (8.6)
At the 12-month follow-up
 Mean BMI-SDS (range) −1.6 (−7.7–1.5) −1.5 (− 7.7–1.5) − 1.6 (−6.4–0.1)
 Mean outcome score (range) 6.2 (0–21) 6.8 (0–21) 4.4 (0–14)
 Mean ChEAT26 (SD) 12.3 (12.3) 14.4 (13.3) 7.8 (8.9)
  1. AN anorexia nervosa, ARFID avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, y years, BMI-SDS body mass index-standard deviation score, ChEAT26 children’s version of the Eating Attitude Test-26 items, SD standard deviation