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Research Article

Risk Factors for Chronic Subdural Hematoma after a Minor Head Injury in the Elderly: A Population-Based Study

Table 2

Baseline characteristics of the study subjects.

Variables Subdural hematomaNo subdural hematoma value
%%

Gender<0.001
 Female11934.3 1392750.3
 Male22865.7 1377849.7
Age<0.001
 ≤75154 44.4 14,826 53.5
 >75193 55.6 12,879 46.5
Comorbidity
 DM120 34.6 9,450 34.1 0.854
 Hypertension245 70.6 20,157 72.8 0.371
 Chronic kidney disease19 5.5 2,315 8.4 0.054
 Chronic liver disease64 18.4 6,455 23.3 0.033
 Rheumatic heart disease10 2.9 859 3.1 0.815
 Ischemic heart disease141 40.6 12,077 43.6 0.270
 Af/AF12 3.5 1,413 5.1 0.166
 Heart failure4,831 1,392.2 52 0.2 0.231
 Peripheral artery occlusion127 36.6 0 0.0 0.413
 Deep vein thrombosis6 1.7 614 2.2 0.540
 Hydrocephalus12 3.5 277 1.0 <0.001
Minor head injury254 73.2 13,772 49.7 <0.001

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