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Secondary endpoints include cumulative oral corticosteroid dose, number of disease flares, time to sustained complete remission, time to disease flare and health-related quality of life, as measured by the Dermatology Life Quality Index.
Additional clinical endpoints include a photographic documentation and analysis of the ulcer size and several patient-reported outcome parameters, such as pain score and Dermatology Life Quality Index.
From a mean baseline score of 9.2 on the Children's Dermatology Life Quality Index, the pediatric group averaged a mean 6.2-point improvement at week 44, while adults experienced a mean 8.7-point improvement on the Dermatology Life Quality Index from a baseline of 11.25.
Determining the Minimally Clinically Important Differences and Responsiveness of the Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI): Further Data.
Abbreviations EQ-5D - European quality of life index version 5D CECA-10 - Specific Questionnaire for Condylomata Acuminata DLQI - Dermatology life quality index HRQoL - health related quality of life VAS - visual analogue scale HPV - human papillomavirus Although the symptoms are usually less pronounced (itching, burning, increased vaginal discharge and bleeding), the genital warts affect the patients' quality of life [2, 7].
The Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) questionnaire (16) was completed in order to evaluate improvement in quality of life (QoL), standard digital photographs were taken, and erythema quantification with a spectrophotometer was obtained at baseline, before each session, and 1 month after the last treatment.
The Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) is the most frequently used dermatology-specific QOL instrument in randomised clinical trials in dermatology.
Compared with controls, patients with atopic dermatitis and those with more severe disease had higher scores on the dermatology life quality index (mean, 4.71 versus 0.97; P < 0.001), indicating worse quality of life, and on the hospital anxiety (mean, 7.03 versus 4.73) and depression (mean, 5.83 versus 3.62) scales.
In adults, scores on the Dermatology Life Quality Index measure were reduced by 8.4 and 4.7 in glycopyrronium- and vehicle-treated adult patients, respectively.
In this study, we assessed the impact of hand eczema severity on the quality of life by the Dermatology Life Quality Index scoring system.