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Figure 1: Estimated relative risk and 95% confidence intervals (CI) for poststroke hip fracture in older persons by selected clinical and laboratory characteristics. 1—Use of a walking aid; 2—coronary artery disease (CAD); 3—serum vitamin B12 > 350 pmol/L; 4—elevated serum PTH level (<6.8 pmol/L); 5—hypertension; 6—dementia; 7—female sex; 8—resident of a long-term care facility; 9—history of transient ischaemic attack; 10—CAD and serum vitamin B12 > 350 pmol/L; 11—hypertension and serum vitamin B12 > 350 pmol/L; 12—CAD and use of a walking aid; 13—CAD and hypertension; 14—use of a walking aid and elevated serum PTH level (<6.8 pmol/L); 15—transient ischaemic attack and elevated serum PTH level (<6.8 pmol/L); 16—dementia and use of a walking aid; 17—dementia and female sex; 18—transient ischaemic attack and hypertension; 19—dementia and serum vitamin B12 > 350 pmol/L; 20—dementia and hypertension; 21—transient ischaemic attack and serum vitamin B12 > 350 pmol/L; 22—transient ischaemic attack and dementia.