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Table 2 Association between CESD-10 and ETEA scores in 91 ET cases

From: Depressive symptoms can amplify embarrassment in essential tremor

  ETEA score
CESD-10 score category
 0–9 (no or minimal depressive symptoms) 19.9 ± 16.4
 10–19 (moderate depressive symptoms) 28.4 ± 16.4
  ≥ 20 (severe depressive symptoms) 31.4 ± 17.6
  p = 0.01a
CESD-10 score quartiles
  ≤ 3 (lowest quartile) 15.3 ± 12.2
 4–7 (second quartile) 20.2 ± 17.3
 8–12 (third quartile) 26.6 ± 16.5
  ≥ 13 (highest quartile) 31.6 ± 16.7
  p = 0.001b
  1. Values represent mean ± standard deviation or number (percentage)
  2. CESD-10 (Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale), ETEA (Essential Tremor Embarrassment Assessment)
  3. aLinear regression analysis with ETEA score as dependent variable and CESD score category as the independent variable
  4. bLinear regression analysis with ETEA score as dependent variable and CESD score quartile as the independent variable