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Table 2 Child self-reported and parent proxy-reported fatigue in survivors and controls, together with the results of Mann–Whitney post hoc test with effect sizes

From: Cognitive fatigue in relation to depressive symptoms after treatment for childhood cancer

 Brain tumoursAcute lymphoblastic leukaemiaControlspost hoc analysisr
Child self-reportedMSD95% CIMSD95% CIMSD95% CI  
 General fatigue62.6324.7653.38–71.8576.1113.2970.13–82.0979.4413.6375.92–82.97BT vs. CTR−.33
 Sleep/rest fatigue57.5022.4449.12–65.8864.9917.6358.42–71.5870.6915.6766.65–74.74BT vs. CTR−.29
 Cognitive fatigue46.3929.2935.45–57.3364.5825.1155.20–73.9676.0414.7572.23–79.85BT vs. CTR
BT vs. ALL
−.50
−.32
 Total fatigue55.5020.9347.69–63.3268.5616.4762.41–74.7275.3912.6272.13–78.65BT vs. CTR−.45
Parent-proxy-reportedMSD95% CIMSD95% CIMSD95% CI  
 General fatigue55.5621.1747.65–63.4666.2523.2757.56–74.9485.4914.0381.86–89.11BT vs. CTR
ALL vs. CTR
−.62
−.39
 Sleep/rest fatigue63.1919.1756.03–70.3574.3019.9866.80–81.8182.8614.5579.10–86.62BT vs. CTR
BT vs. ALL
−.51
−.32
 Cognitive fatigue53.8925.4544.39–63.3966.8125.0157.33–76.2990.8313.3787.38–94.29BT vs. CTR
ALL vs. CTR
−.67
−.50
 Total fatigue57.5518.8750.50–64.5969.1220.5661.39–76.8586.3911.0683.34–89.44BT vs. CTR
ALL vs. CTR
−.67
−.42