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Table 2 Patient characteristics

From: Age determination of vessel wall hematoma in spontaneous cervical artery dissection: A multi-sequence 3T Cardiovascular Magnetic resonance study

  Study population (n = 35)
Mean ± SD (range) or %
Age, y 43.6 ± 9.8 (30-61)
Male sex, % 60.0 (21/35)
BMI, kg/m2 24.2 ± 4.2 (19.7-41.7)
MR Imaging
Age of the dissection 22.3 ± 24.9 (1-125)
Total occlusion, % 20.0 (7/35)
Stenosis, % 61.4 ± 33.9 (0-100)
Internal Carotid Artery Dissection 69 (24/35)
Extracranial C1 Segment, % 20 (5/24)
Intracranial C1 Segment, % 80 (19/24)
Vertebral Artery Dissection 31 (11/35)
V1 Segment, % 9 (1/11)
V2 Segment, % 55 (6/11)
V3 Segment, % 36 (4/11)
V4 Segment, % 0 (0/11)
Type of Vessel Wall Hematoma  
Acute, % 3 (1/35)
Early Subacute, % 17 (6/35)
Late Subacute, % 60 (21/35)
Chronic, % 20 (7/35)
Symptoms
Stroke, % 45.7 (16/35)
Transient Ischemic Attack, % 28.6 (10/35)
Horner's Syndrome, % 42.9 (15/35)
Cardiovascular Risk Factors
Current smoker, % 34.3 (12/35)
Former smoker, % 25.7 (9/35)
Hypertension, % 31.4 (11/35)
Hypercholesterolemia, % 25.7 (9/35)
Diabetes, % 0.0 (0/35)
Family history of cardiovascular events, % 17.1 (6/35)