Case Control Study
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2021.
World J Hepatol. May 27, 2021; 13(5): 557-570
Published online May 27, 2021. doi: 10.4254/wjh.v13.i5.557
Figure 1
Figure 1 CONSORT 2010 flow diagram.
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Figure 2 Receiver operating characteristic analysis of modified dysbiosis ratio for distinguish patients with cirrhosis from healthy individuals.
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Figure 3 Survival curve (years) of patients with cirrhosis with severe (dotted line) and non-severe (solid line) dysbiosis.
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Figure 4 Receiver operating characteristic-analysis of modified dysbiosis ratio in predicting death. A: During 4 years; B: During 1 year; and of cirrhosis dysbiosis ratio in predicting death; C: During 4 years; and D: During 1 year.
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Figure 5 An abundance of the main taxa in patients who died during the first and the subsequent years of follow-up, survivors and healthy controls. The middle point is the median, the box is the interquartile range, the whiskers are non-outlier range. A: Clostridia; B: Proteobacteria; C: Bacilli; and D: Bacteroidetes.
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Figure 6 The composition of the gut microbiome in healthy individuals, survivors, and deceased in the first and subsequent 3 years.