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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of CADASIL patients and controls

From: Reduced resting-state brain functional network connectivity and poor regional homogeneity in patients with CADASIL

 CADASIL
(n = 22)
Controls
(n = 44)
P values
Male/Female13/926/181
Age at visit (years), mean ± SD48.9 ± 14.248.4 ± 13.70.890
Age at first symptom (years), mean ± SD44.6 ± 12.4
Family history, n (%)20 (90.9)
Previous stroke or TIA (times), mean ± SD2.0 ± 2.3
Headache, n (%)4 (18.2)
Vascular disease risk factors, n (%)11 (50.0)
MMSE score, mean ± SD23.5 ± 5.728.2 ± 1.30.001
MoCA score, mean ± SD20.4 ± 7.627.8 ± 1.30.000
NIHSS score, mean ± SD1.4 ± 2.1
mRs score, mean ± SD1.5 ± 1.2
HAMD score, mean ± SD6.8 ± 6.43.9 ± 1.70.052
HAMA score, mean ± SD5.7 ± 5.43.8 ± 1.70.112
  1. Values are means ± SDs or numbers with percentages
  2. CADASIL Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy, SD Standard deviation, TIA Transient ischemic attack, MMSE Mini-mental state examination, MoCA Montreal cognitive assessment, NIHSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale, mRs Modified rankin scale, HAMD Hamilton depression scale, HAMA Hamilton anxiety scale
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