Satisfaction with life in adults with Marfan syndrome (MFS): associations with health-related consequences of MFS, pain, fatigue, and demographic factors

@article{Velvin2015SatisfactionWL,
  title={Satisfaction with life in adults with Marfan syndrome (MFS): associations with health-related consequences of MFS, pain, fatigue, and demographic factors},
  author={Gry Velvin and Trine Bathen and Svend Rand-Hendriksen and Amy {\O}stertun Geirdal},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={1779-1790}
}
AbstractPurpose The objective with this study was to explore satisfaction with life (SWL) among adults with Marfan syndrome (MFS) compared to the general Norwegian population and other patient groups and further to examine the associations between SWL and demographic factors, contact with social and health services, MFS-related health problems, chronic pain, and fatigue.Methods This is a cross-sectional study with postal questionnaire, including the Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS… CONTINUE READING

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