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Table 3 Results of post-hoc Tukey’s range tests for the diagnosis-by-surface interaction

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

  Firm surface Foam Surface
Estimate b SE df t P value Cohen’s d Estimate b SE df t P value Cohen’s d
CG versus MoA 0.6709 0.956 205 0.702 0.89 −1.08 −0.0339 1.492 247 −0.023 1.00 0.04
CG versus MA −0.3977 1.129 205 −0.352 0.98 0.57 −3.9350 1.625 276 −2.421 0.075 3.67
CG versus CM −1.1396 1.064 205 −1.071 0.70 1.72 −3.6029 1.572 266 −2.292 0.10 3.43
MoA versus MA −1.0686 0.828 204 −1.291 0.70 1.71 −3.9012 1.445 212 −2.700 0.037 3.73
MoA versus CM −1.8105 0.799 204 −2.265 0.10 3.03 −3.5691 1.419 208 −2.515 0.060 3.49
MA versus CM −0.7419 0.803 204 −0.924 0.79 1.14 0.3321 1.440 205 0.231 0.99 −0.31
  1. Significant differences across diagnosis groups and significant effect sizes [41] are marked by boldface. CG control group, MoA migraine without aura, MA migraine with aura, CM chronic migraine