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Figure 1 A- D :Bland Altman plots for four different subgroups according to specific domains: left upper quadrant: physical functioning (SF-36) and physical Health (WHO QOL-100). Right upper quadrant: Social functioning (SF-36) and social relationships domains (WHO QOL-100). Left lower quadrant mental health (SF-36) and psychological domain (WHO QOL-100). Right upper quadrant: general health perceptions (SF-36) and overall QOL and general health perceptions (WHO QOL-100).The differences between the SF-36 and WHOQ OL-100 values are drawn, according to the average of two methods (SF-36WHOQOL-100)/2. The dotted lines mark the upper and lower limits of the 95% confidence interval (mean + 2 SD) and dashed line indicate the bias. The difference between the SF and WHOQ OL-100 values are drawn, according to the average of the two methods (SF-36WHOQOL- 100)/2. The dotted lines mark the upper and lower limits of the 95% confidence interval (mean + 2 SD) and the dashed line indicate the bias.

Figure 1 A- D :Bland Altman plots for four different subgroups according to specific domains: left upper quadrant: physical functioning (SF-36) and physical Health (WHO QOL-100). Right upper quadrant: Social functioning (SF-36) and social relationships domains (WHO QOL-100). Left lower quadrant mental health (SF-36) and psychological domain (WHO QOL-100). Right upper quadrant: general health perceptions (SF-36) and overall QOL and general health perceptions (WHO QOL-100).The differences between the SF-36 and WHOQ OL-100 values are drawn, according to the average of two methods (SF-36WHOQOL-100)/2. The dotted lines mark the upper and lower limits of the 95% confidence interval (mean + 2 SD) and dashed line indicate the bias. The difference between the SF and WHOQ OL-100 values are drawn, according to the average of the two methods (SF-36WHOQOL- 100)/2. The dotted lines mark the upper and lower limits of the 95% confidence interval (mean + 2 SD) and the dashed line indicate the bias.