Tables index

From

Anxiety and Pain Level Associated with Mammography and the Impact of the Preexistence of Knowledge

Faten Aldhafeeri, Manal Tharwat Abozeed

Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment. 2020, 8(2), 25-32 doi:10.12691/jcrt-8-2-4
  • Table 1. Distribution of the Studied Women According to Their Sociodemographic Characteristics and Obstetrical and Breast-Feeding History
  • Table 2. Distribution of the Studied Women According to Their Knowledge About the Mammogram Procedure
  • Table 3. Total Knowledge Score and Association Between Women’s Knowledge Regarding the Mammogram Procedure
  • Table 4. Distribution of the Studied Women According to Their Breast Examination Findings
  • Table 5. Distribution of the Studied Women According to Their Numeric Rating Scale of Pain During the Mammogram Procedure
  • Table 6. Relation of Pain Level Scale and Age With the Final Assessment
  • Table 7. Relation of Pain Level Before and the Pain Level Scale During Mammogram
  • Table 8. Distribution of the Studied Women According to Their Anxiety Level Assessment Scale
  • Table 9. Correlation Between Anxiety Level Assessment Scale and Sociodemographic Data
  • Table 10. Relation of the Final Assessment and Pain Level Before Mammogram and Women's Knowledge with the Anxiety Scale