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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

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. <sup>‡</sup>The muscle mass index was defined as the muscle mass (kg) divided by the square of height (m). <sup>§</sup>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