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Table 2 Chi-square tests between contributing factors and overall outcomes

From: The long-term outcomes of a cohort of adolescents and adults from Greece with autism spectrum disorder

 Outcome
Very poorPoorFairGoodVery goodp
N%N%N%N%N%
Age stage
 Adolescents00.0940.9313.6418.2627.30.010
 Adults1238.7412.939.7619.4619.4
Sex
 Male1125.0818.2511.41022.71022.70.139
 Female111.1555.6111.100.0222.2
Age of acquisition of language
 Never350.0233.3116.700.000.00.030
 < 5 years614.3921.4511.91023.81228.6
 > 5 years3100.000.000.000.000.0
Age of acquisition of bowel and bladder control (years)
 < 3418.2522.714.5418.2836.40.373
 > 3828.6725.0414.3517.9414.3
 ΜSDΜSDΜSDΜSDΜSDp
Age of acquisition of walking14.87.114.03.613.83.513.92.912.81.40.822
Severity at initial assessment
 Support required00.0%00.0%14.5%940.9%1254.5%< 0.001
 Significant support required19.1%436.4%545.5%19.1%00.0%
 Very significant support required1155.0%945.0%00.0%00.0%00.0%
Comorbidity at initial assessment
 No615.4%717.9%410.3%1025.6%1230.8%0.007
 Yes642.9%642.9%214.3%00.0%00.0%
Comorbidity today
 No414.8%414.8%13.7%725.9%1140.7%0.003
 Yes830.8%934.6%519.2%311.5%13.8%