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Table 5 The prevalence of depression and anxiety in IBS patients

From: The level and prevalence of depression and anxiety among patients with different subtypes of irritable bowel syndrome: a network meta-analysis

Study Depression (%) Anxiety (%)
Diagnostic criteria IBS total IBS-M IBS-C IBS-D IBS-U Diagnostic criteria IBS total IBS-M IBS-C IBS-D IBS-U
Cho et al. [27] HADS score ≥ 8 38.6 35.5 56.7 31.7 NA HADS score ≥ 8 38.6 41.9 53.3 30.2 NA
Miller et al. [21] HADS score ≥ 10 25 NA NA NA NA HADS score ≥ 10 63 NA NA NA NA
Mujagic et al. [34] HADS score ≥ 8 20.5 17.1 20 28.6 NA HADS score ≥ 8 39.8 35.7 35 45.7 NA
Ladep et al. [35] DSM-IV 56.8 53.3 61 53.4 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
Thijssen et al. [18] HADS score ≥ 8 NA 22 17 23 NA HADS score ≥ 8 NA 35 27 4 11
Bruno et al. [30] HARD ≥ 8 87.4 87.5 88.2 86.5 NA HRSA ≥ 17 87.4 15 64.7 18.9 NA
Ford et al. [29] HADS ≥ 11 14.1 13.6 14.3 14.7 NA HADS ≥ 11 32.8 34 27.4 33.7 NA
Mearin et al. [31] EuroQoL-5D 26.5 31.4 22.5 25.3 NA EuroQoL-5D 26.5 53.7 44.4 48.9 NA
Okami et al. [32] HADS ≥ 11 24.7 18.3 28.8 29.3 NA HADS ≥ 11 39.8 39.7 38.8 42.2 NA
  1. NA, not applicable; HADS, Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale; MMPI, scales of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory; DSM, diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders; HRSD, Hamilton Rating Scale for depression; HRSA, Hamilton Rating Scale for anxiety