Both a generic (The Medical Outcomes Study Short Form (SF-36)) and disease specific (Impact of Weight on Quality of Life - Lite version (IWQOL-Lite)) HRQOL instrument were used.
What does MOS-SF stand for?
MOS-SF stands for Medical Outcomes Study Short Form
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Men with HCV who were not sexually satisfied scored significantly worse in all eight domains of health-related quality of life in the Medical Outcomes Study Short Form 36 (SF-36), compared with HCV-positive men who were not sexually dissatisfied.
The Medical Outcomes Study Short Form physical functioning scale is measured on a 0- to 30-point scale, with 0 being "physical functioning very limited by physical symptoms" and 30 being "physical functioning not at all limited by physical symptoms.