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Figure 4: (a) Perceived benefit of telemedicine by patients of neurosurgery: No significant difference was observed based on clinical diagnosis (P = 0.21*), (b) Perceived benefits of telemedicine by the patients, multiple answers were entertained for this query, (c) Preference for telemedicine over the physical OPD once the pandemic ended or the service could be initiated again, (d) Likert grading of the perceived acceptability of telemedicine as an option until the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. *The Likert grading scale was condensed into “not beneficial including strongly disagree, disagree, neither disagree nor agree and “beneficial” including agree and strongly agree on responses

Figure 4: (a) Perceived benefit of telemedicine by patients of neurosurgery: No significant difference was observed based on clinical diagnosis (<i>P</i> = 0.21*), (b) Perceived benefits of telemedicine by the patients, multiple answers were entertained for this query, (c) Preference for telemedicine over the physical OPD once the pandemic ended or the service could be initiated again, (d) Likert grading of the perceived acceptability of telemedicine as an option until the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. *The Likert grading scale was condensed into “not beneficial including strongly disagree, disagree, neither disagree nor agree and “beneficial” including agree and strongly agree on responses