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Table 1 Cohort composition for men and women by age, BMI and EAT-26 scores

From: The association of obesity with eating disorders risk: online survey of a large cohort of Russian-speaking individuals seeking medical weight correction assistance

  Gender All (N = 13,341, 100%) Wilcoxon two-sample test
Women (N = 12,628, 94.7%) Men (N = 713, 5.3%)
Mean SD Median Q1 Q3 Mean SD Median Q1 Q3 Mean SD Median Q1 Q3
Age (years) 37.7 9.96 36 30 44 39.2 10.06 38 32 46 37.7 9.97 37 30 44 Z = 4.13; p < 0.0001
BMI 31.9 6.89 31.0 26.8 35.8 36.0 7.59 34.9 30.8 39.9 32.1 6.99 31.2 27 36 Z = 14.87; p < 0.0001
EAT score 13.8 8.57 12 7 19 10.3 8.32 9 4 14 13.58 8.6 12 7 19 Z = − 11.80; p < 0.0001
Dieting 10.3 6.06 10 6 14 7.9 5.85 7 3 12 10.2 6.08 10 5 14 Z = − 10.99; p < 0.0001
Bulimia 2.1 2.75 1 0 3 1.2 2.14 0 0 2 2.0 2.73 1 0 3 Z = − 9.98; p < 0.0001
Oral control 1.3 1.88 1 0 2 1.3 2.07 0 0 2 1.3 1.89 1 0 2 Z = − 1.07; p = 0.2848
  1. aN—absolute number of the subjects, %—percentage of total cohort, SD—standard deviation, Q1 and Q3—the first(25%) and the third quartile