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Table 5 mMIDAS scores for different levels of sociodemographic and clinical variables

From: Validity and reliability of the Portuguese version of the modified Migraine Disability Assessment

Variable Value n Mean Comparisons mMIDAS Grade Disability
Test Statistic (sig) None/little/mild moderate severe χ2 (sig)
Gendera Female 81 28.7 0.940 86.2% 79.2% 94.9% 3.617 (p = 0.164)
Male 11 25.5 (p = 0.340) 13.8% 20.8% 5.1%
Ageb 19–39 31 20.3 3.202 44.8% 37.5% 23.1% 5.335 (p = 0.255)
40–49 33 33.8 (p = 0.202) 34.5% 25.0% 43.6%
50–78 28 31.1   20.7% 37.5% 33.3%
Marital statusa Single 19 13.7 1.666 31.0% 33.3% 5.1% 9.998 (p = 0.007)
Non-single 73 32.3 (p = 0.008) 69.0% 66.7% 94.9%
Years of educationa ≤ 12 years 53 24.0 1.236 72.4% 54.2% 48.7% 3.982 (0.137)
>  12 years 39 34.9 (p = 0.094) 27.6% 45.8% 51.3%
Age of migraine diagnosis (years)b ≤ 20 27 21.0 1.025 34.5% 25.0% 28.2% 1.095 (p = 0.895)
21–39 39 28.8 (p = 0.599) 37.9% 50.0% 41.0%
≥ 40 26 35.8   27.6% 25.0% 30.8%
Time of follow-up (years) b <  1 36 32.3 0.578 34.5% 37.5% 43.6% 1.914 (p = 0.752)
1–3 27 26.4 (p = 0.749) 31.0% 37.5% 23.1%
≥ 4 29 25.6   34.5% 25.0% 33.3%
Previous prophylactic treatmenta Yes 59 32.0 0.896 64.0% 61.9% 81.1 3.270 (p = 0.195)
No 24 24.2 (p = 0.399) 36.0% 38.1% 18.9
Other comorbiditiesa Yes 18 25.8 0.512 22.2% 17.4% 22.2% 0.238 (p = 0.888)
No 68 29.2 (p = 0.956) 77.8% 82.6% 77.8%
  1. aIndependent-samples Kolmogorov-Smirnov test; bIndependent-samples Kruskal-Wallis test