apt12262-sup-0001-FigureS1.jpgimage/jpg47KFigure S1. (Clockwise from top left) Comparison of median CDAI (a), sCDAI (b), PGA (c), IBS Module (d) and BEST (e) scores in patients with Crohn's (n = 44) and IBS (n = 47). Mean CDAI was 157 for Crohn's and 183 for the IBS group (P = 0.1); Mean sCDAI was 154 in the Crohn's patients and 195 in the IBS patients (P = 0.01); mean PGA score was 3.4 for IBS compared with 2.9 for Crohn's (P = 0.05); IBS Module mean score was 11 in the Crohn's patients vs. 15 for IBS (P = 0.02); and mean BEST score was 29.6 for Crohn's vs. 53.4 for IBS (P < 0.0001).
apt12262-sup-0002-FigureS2a.jpgimage/jpg23KFigure S2. Correlation between PGA and CDAI in both Crohn's (a) and IBS (b) groups. There was a significant correlation between CDAI score and physicians assessment (PGA) in Crohn's (r = 0.51, P = 0.0005, Spearman's test). A nonsignificant relationship was observed between the same variables in the IBS group (r = 0.28, P = 0.05, Pearson's test).

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