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Table 1 Demographic data for the clinical group (CG) and the survey group (SG)

From: The immediate effect of COVID-19 pandemic on children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder

  CG demographic data Baseline data N = 65 SG demographic data N = 37
Age (SD) 14.89 (2.66) 14.14 (2.79)
Gender (Male) 24 (36.9%) 12 (33.3%)
Age of onset (SD) 9.35 (3.16) Less than 5 years N = 19 (51.4%)
More than 5 years N = 18 (48.6%)
Baseline OCD severity score (SD) 27.69 (4.02)  
OCD cleaning 52 (80%) 20 (54.1%)
OCD Hoarding 29 (44.6%)  
OCD aggressive/sexual 57 (87.7%) 18 (48.6%)
OCD symmetry 57 (87.7%)  
OCD checking 43 (66.2%)  
Insight
 Good-fair 32(52.5%)  
 Moderate-poor 29 (47.5%)  
Just-right feeling
 Yes 42 (64.6%)  
 No 23 (35.4%)  
Doubt
 0–1 22 (26.4%)  
 2–3 31 (58.5)  
Responsibility
 0–1 34(59.7%)  
 2–3 23 (40.3%)  
Avoidance
 0–1 10 (16.4%)  
 2–3 51 (83.6%)  
Therapy at the time of questionnaire 41 (63.08) 25 (67.6%)
SRI medication at the time of questionnaire 29 (44.6%) 12 (32.4%) (medication)
Neuroleptic medication at the time of questionnaire 10 (15.6%)  
ADHD medication at the time of questionnaire 7 (10.9%)  
Diagnosis of Anxiety 18 (27.7%) 2 (5.4%)
Diagnosis of Depression 1 (1.5%) 1 (2.7%)
Diagnosis of Psychosis 3 (4.6%) 0 (0.0%)
Diagnosis of ADHD 14 (21.5%) 5 (13.5%)
Diagnosis of Tic disorder 11(16.9%) 1 (2.7%)
Diagnosis of Planning difficulties 9 (13.9%) 0 (0.0%)
Diagnosis of Anorexia 2 (3.1%) 2 (5.4%)
Diagnosis of developmental disorder 7 (10.8%) 4 (10.8%)
Diagnosis of Autism 7 (10.8%) 4 (10.8%)
Family history of psychiatric disorder that have influenced the child 12(18.5%)  
Family problems that have influenced the child 16 (24.6%)  
1stdegree family anxiety 17 (26.2%)  
1st degree family depression 13 (20%)  
1st degree family psychosis 1 (1.5%)  
1st degree family ADHD 8 (12.3%)  
1st degree family tic disorder 4 (6.2%)  
1st degree family autism 4 (6.2%)  
1st degree family dyslexia 9 (13.9%)  
1st degree family anorexia 2 (3.1%)  
1st degree family one psychiatric disorder 24 (36.9%)  
1st degree family two psychiatric disorders 9 (13.9%)