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Figure 4: Clinical predictor of days spent at home (adjusted for gender). *β: Regression coefficient. For a continuous variable such as a muscle mass index, days spent at home increased by β on the average if the continuous variable increased by one unit. For a nominal variable such as sex and stage, days spent at home increased by β on the average compared with the reference. ^{‡}The muscle mass index was defined as the muscle mass (kg) divided by the square of height (m). ^{§}The trunk muscle mass was defined as the overall muscle mass minus the appendicular skeletal muscle mass. CI: Confidence interval, LB: Lower bound, UB: Upper bound 
