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Table 2 Pearson’s correlation of SNOT-22 score with VAS scores in CRS patients

From: Visual analogue scale for sino-nasal symptoms severity correlates with sino-nasal outcome test 22: paving the way for a simple outcome tool of CRS burden

  SNOT-22
Pearson’s R P
VAS-TNSS 0.655 < 0.001
VAS-blockage 0.499 < 0.001
VAS-headache/facial pressure 0.607 < 0.001
VAS-Loss of smell 0.301 < 0.001
VAS-postnasal 0.579 < 0.001
VAS-runny nose 0.472 < 0.001
VAS-itchy nose 0.353 < 0.001
VAS-sneezing 0.460 < 0.001
VAS sino-nasal 0.738 < 0.001
VAS-itchy eyes 0.470 < 0.001
VAS-tearing 0.552 < 0.001
VAS-ocular 0.559 < 0.001
VAS-cough 0.549 < 0.001
VAS-tightness of chest 0.578 < 0.001
VAS-shortness of breathe 0.579 < 0.001
VAS-wheezing 0.459 < 0.001
VAS-bronchial 0.683 < 0.001
  1. The maximum value of Pearson’s rho test was estimated at r = 0.655, (p < 0.001) for VAS-TNSS, and the minimum value was r = 0.301, (p < 0.001) for VAS-Loss of smell and SNOT-22 score