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Table 4 Multivariate logistic regression analyses of headache type versus demographic variables (N = 2505)

From: The prevalence of headache disorders in children and adolescents in Lithuania: a schools-based study

VariableMigraineTTHpMOHOther headache on ≥ 15 d/mUdH
Adjusted odds ratio [95% CI]*
Gender
 male (n = 1169)referencereferencereferencereferencereference
 female (n = 1336)1.25 [1.03–1.5]11.2 [0.97–1.4]6.8 [1.6–28.9]12.8 [1.6–4.9]10.99 [0.8–1.2]
Age group (years)
 7–11 (n = 1382)referencereferencereferencereferencereference
 12–17 (n = 1123)1.5 [1.2–1.9]22.25 [1.85–2.75]25.0 [1.4–17.7]13.5 [2.0–6.2]20.99 [0.8–1.2]
School income category*
 high (n = 1828)0.8 [0.5–1.2]1.1 [0.7–1.75]0.3 [0.03–3.6]1.3 [0.3–6.1]1.1 [0.7–1.7]
 middle or low (n = 677)referencereferencereferencereferencereference
School locality
 urban (n = 1660)referencereferencereferencereferencereference
 semi-rural (n = 336)0.9 [0.7–1.2]0.9 [0.65–1.2]0.9 [0.2–3.3]1.5 [0.8–2.8]1.2 [0.9–1.6]
 rural (n = 509)0.6 [0.36–0.96]10.9 [0.5–1.4]0.4 [0.03–5.0]1.4 [0.3–7.3]1.7 [1.06–2.7]1
  1. TTH tension-type headache, pMOH probable medication-overuse headache, d/m days/month, UdH undifferentiated headache, CI confidence interval; * see text or Table 1 for explanation; significant values are emboldened: 1p < 0.05; 2p < 0.001
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