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Table 1 Patients population demographics and clinical presentation of symptomatic Eagle syndrome subdivided according to the respective clinical variant

From: The eagle jugular syndrome

SYMPTOMS AND ASSOCIATED COMORBIDITIESCLASSIC SYNDROMECAROTID VARIANTJUGULAR VARIANTRR
95% CI
P.
History of tonsillectomy1/141/10/8N/A.43
Odynophagia1/140/11/80.53
0.03–7.44
.58
Dysphagia4/140/10/8N/A.15
Ipsilateral pain (present/absent)11/141/10/8N/A.0003
Stabling pain4/141/11/82.67
0.37–19.09
.29
Periorbital pain extension0/140/11/8N/A.35
Pain at contralateral head rotation0/141/10/8N/A.65
Dizziness1/141/13/80.35
0.07–1.71
.21
Otalgia3/140/10/8N/A.24
Ipsilateral facial edema0/140/11/8N/A.35
Numbness0/140/13/8N/A.03
Headache0/141/15/80.11
0.01–0.76
.009
TIA/Stroke0/141/10/8N/A.65
Perimesencephalic hemorrhage0/140/16/8N/A.0003
Multiple sclerosis0/140/12/8N/A.011
Dilated ventricles-CSF spaces0/140/12/8N/A.011