Table 4.

Association of psychiatric variables with outcome class

Psychiatric variableClass I, n = 13; n (%)Class II, n = 12; n (%)Class III, n = 20; n (%)p, χ2, and df values
* Significant difference between patients from Class II and Class III.
† The Kruskall–Wallis test was carried out because of normality test failure.
Duration, mo; mean ± SD, median19 ± 35.5, 6.07.3 ± 7.3, 5.038.5 ± 52, 6.00.108, —,—
Any affective disorder9 (69)5 (42)16 (80)0.08, 5.013, 2
Recurrent major depressive disorder1 (8)2 (17)14 (70)<0.001, 16.111, 2
Somatoform disorder1 (8)3 (25)6 (30)0.310, 2.341, 2
Dissociative disorder1 (8)09 (45)0.004, 11.020, 2
Personality disorder1 (8)3 (25)*16 (80)*<0.001, 19.189, 2
Chronic abuse3 (23)1 (8)*16 (80)*<0.001, 18.321, 2
Rare abuse3 (23)1 (8)3 (15)0.594, 1.041, 2
Denial of psychosocial problems08 (75)1 (5)<0.001, 22.396, 2