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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics and clinical variables of participants (n = 83)

From: Validity and reliability of the tuberculosis-related stigma scale version for Brazilian Portuguese

Sociodemographic n (%)
Characteristics  
Sex
 Female 27 (32.5)
 Male 56 (67.5)
Origin
 Northeast 8 (9.6)
 Central-West 1 (1.2)
 Southeast 72 (86.8)
 South 2 (2.4)
Marital Status
 Married 29 (34.9)
 Single 33 (39.8)
 Widowed 6 (7.2)
 Divorced 6 (7.2)
 Other 9 (10.9)
Ethnic origin
 White 43 (51.8)
 Black 19 (22.9)
 Mulatto 21 (25.3)
Occupation
 Registered employee 9 (10.8)
 Self-employed 17 (20.5)
 Retired 7 (8.4)
 Unemployed 38 (45.8)
 Other 12 (14.5)
  \( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \) SD
Age (years) 42,7 13.9
Years of Study 6,8 3.3
Income (*) 1328,3 823.9
Clinical Variables n (%)
HIV
 Negative 73 (87.9)
 Positive 10 (12.1)
Type of TB
 Pulmonary 71 (85.5)
 Extrapulmonary 12 (14.5)
Case situation
 New case without previous treatment 75 (90.4)
 Relapse after cure 6 (7.2)
 Return after treatment abandonment 2 (2.4)
  1. (*) Minimum wage valid at the time of data collection: R$ 788.00 (2015) and R$ 880,00 (2016)