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Table 1 Anthropometric characteristics of migraine patients versus non-migraine controls

From: Excess abdominal fat is associated with cutaneous allodynia in individuals with migraine: a prospective cohort study

VariablesNon-migraine controls (n = 39)Migraineurs (n = 80)p-value a
Age (years)41 ± 1039 ± 100.56
Female (%)79.5%81.2%0.82 b
Height (m)1.70 ± 0.101.65 ± 0.090.84
Weight (kg)70.0 ± 16.064.3 ± 11.70.07
BMI (kg/m2)25.5 ± 4.623.7 ± 3.50.05
Body composition – ViScan abdominal fat29.8 ± 12.234.4 ± 8.30.09
Body fat percentage32.4 ± 10.531.9 ± 8.70.54 b
  1. BMI body mass index
  2. aTwo-tailed independent samples, Student’s t/Mann–Whitney U tests
  3. bChi-squared test
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