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Table 1 Demographic data of the sample. Average data are reported (with standard deviation in parentheses) unless otherwise indicated

From: Subdiagnosis, but not presence of vestibular symptoms, predicts balance impairment in migraine patients – a cross sectional study

  CG
(n = 54)
MoA
(n = 53)
MA
(n = 49)
CM
(n = 51)
p
Age (years) 34.03 (9.84) 32.22 (9.63) 35.73 (9.3) 35.72 (9.48) 0.18
BMI (km/m2) 24.4 (3.9) 24.21 (4.84) 26.0 (4.5) 25.13 (4.15) 0.12
Migraine onset (years) 14.64 (9.59) 18.67 (11.13) 17.64 (9.66) 0.09
Migraine frequency (monthly) 5.86 (8.91) 6.12 (3.40) 20.66 (8.71) < 0.001a
Attack duration (hours) 14.01 (29.78) 31.45 (31.72) 24.70 (34.53) 0.01b
Pain intensity (NRS: 0–10) 7.50 (1.66) 8.2 (1.4) 7.96 (1.58) 0.06
Dizziness/vertigo (%) 0 66 93 84 < 0.001c
  1. CG control group, MoA migraine without aura group, MA migraine with aura group, CM chronic migraine group, BMI body mass index, NRS numeric rating scale. Significant p-values are marked by boldface. aCM versus MA and MoA, bMA versus MoA, cChi-Square test