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Table 1 Comparison of demographic and clinical characteristics between MCAO and MCAO-AIS

From: Multiple intracranial arterial stenosis influences the long-term prognosis of symptomatic middle cerebral artery occlusion

  MCAO (n = 84) MCAO-AIS (n = 148) P value
Age, years 55.58 ± 9.48 58.85 ± 9.35 0.666
Gender (Male) 59 (71.1%) 101 (67.8%) 0.603
Hypertension (Yes) 39 (47.0%) 97 (65.1%) 0.007
Diabetes mellitus (Yes) 18 (21.7%) 43 (28.9%) 0.234
Hyperlipidemia (Yes) 18(21.7%) 27 (18.1%) 0.510
Coronary artery disease (Yes) 17 (20.5%) 27 (18.1%) 0.660
Smoking (Yes) 42 (50.6%) 68 (45.6%) 0.468
Drinks alcohol (Yes) 27 (32.5%) 40 (26.8%) 0.360
Composite outcome (Yes) 5 (6.0%) 30 (20.1%) 0.004
  1. Notes: MCAO, middle cerebral artery occlusion. MCAO-AIS, middle cerebral artery occlusion with concomitant intracranial arterial disease.