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Table 1 Characteristics of patients - overall and per country

From: Cutaneous neurofibromas: patients’ medical burden, current management and therapeutic expectations: results from an online European patient community survey

 All patients (n = 170)France (n = 75; 44%)Spain (n = 32; 19%)UK (n = 30; 18%)Germany (n = 33; 19%)
Age, mean [min-max]39 [18–79]41 [18–79]40 [24–73]35 [19–68]40 [19–68]
Repartition by class age n (%)
 18–25 y/o20 (12)8 (11)2 (6)5 (17)5 (15)
 26–45 y/o106 (62)47 (63)22 (69)20 (67)17 (52)
 46–65 y/o35 (21)15 (20)6 (19)4 (13)10 (30)
  > 65 y/o9 (5)5 (7)2 (6)1 (3)1 (3)
Gender, woman n (%)110 (65)55 (73)13 (41)19 (63)23 (70)
Family situation: % with children (mean number of children)55 (1.9)53 (2.0)59 (1.7)57 (1.9)55 (1.8)
Learning difficulties caused by NF1 n (%)104 (61)53 (71)20 (63)14 (47)17 (52)
  1. Description of the patients’ characteristics overall and for each country: mean age, repartition by class age, gender, family situation with % of patients with children, mean number of children and learning difficulties caused by NF1