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Table 3 Sub-group analysis

From: ICHD-3 is significantly more specific than ICHD-3 beta for diagnosis of migraine with aura and with typical aura

 Group A
patients diagnosed with TIA; n = 78
Group B
patients diagnosed with migraine with aura; n = 4
Group C
patients fulfilling ICHD-3 criteria for migraine with aura for one or more attacks, but receiving a final diagnosis of a TIA (“migraine with aura false positives”); n = 17
Age (± standard deviation)70.9 (± 12.7) years51.5 ± 12.1 years69.9 ± 14.5 years
Number of female patients38 (48.7%)3 (75%)11 (64.7%)
Number of patients with arterial hypertension52 (66.6%)2 (50%)11 (64.7%)
Number of patients with hypercholesterinemia45 (57.7%)3 (75%)9 (52.9%)
Number of patients with atrial fibrillation (including new diagnoses)15 (19.2%), 1 newly diagnosed1 (25%), none newly diagnosed2 (11.8%), none newly diagnosed
Number of patients with carotid artery plaque or stenosis18 (23.1%)1 (25%)7 (41.2%)
Number of patients with prior stroke found in MRI9 (11.5%)03 (17.6%)
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