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Table 2 Patient’s demographic and clinical data

From: Preoperative MRI of perianal fistula evaluation and its impact on surgical outcome

DataFinding
Age (years)< 3011 (16.9%)
30–3914 (21.5%)
40–4920 (30.8%)
50–5917 (26.2%)
≥ 603 (4.6%)
Mean (± SD)44.3 ± 11.7
GenderMales53 (81.5%)
Females12 (18.5%)
Body mass index dataWeight (kg)79.3 ± 11.2
Height (cm)169.2 ± 2.5
BMI (kg/m2)27.7 ± 3.9
Elapsed time between presentation and MR imaging (days)216 (24.6%)
39 (13.8%)
421 (32.3%)
513 (20%)
66 (9.3%)
Mean (± SD)4 ± 1.3 (2-6)
PainNo10 (15.4%)
Mild18 (27.7%)
Moderate28 (43%)
Severe9 (13.9%)
Effect on quality of lifeRestriction of daily activitiesYes12 (18.5%)
No53 (81.5%)
Restriction of sexual activitiesYes18 (27.7%)
No47 (72.3%)
Perianal skinNo skin affection43 (66.2%)
Reddish and inflamed16 (24.6%)
Excoriated6 (9.2%)
Pus dischargeNo pus 47 (72.3%)
Pus extruded from External orificeSpontaneous4 (6.2%)
On pressure during examination7 (10.8%)
Pus extruded from anusSpontaneous2 (3.1%)
On pressure during examination5 (4.6%)
C-reactive protein level (mg/l)< 559 (90.8%)
> 56 (9.2%)
  1. Data are presented as mean ± SD (standard deviation), numbers, and percentages