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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of training and testing cohorts

From: Classification models using circulating neutrophil transcripts can detect unruptured intracranial aneurysm

  Training Cohort Testing Cohort
Control (n = 55) Aneurysm (n = 39) Control (n = 24) Aneurysm
(n = 16)
Age (Mean ± SE) 62 ± 2.0 61 ± 1.7 59 ± 2.9 57 ± 3.3
Age [Median (Q1/Q3)] 66 (54/72) 60 (54/68) 59 (54/68) 58.5 (49.25/63.25)
Sex (% of patients)
 Female 56.36% 69.23% 50% 75%
Smoker (% of patients)
 Yes 10.91% 26.64% 20.83% 43.75%
Comorbidities (% of patients)
 Hypertension 61.82% 53.85% 54.17% 50%
 Heart disease 30.91% 23.08% 25% 18.75%
 High cholesterol 52.73% 48.72% 62.50% 50%
 Stroke history 12.73% 10.26% 25% 0%
 Diabetes 29.09% 17.95% 8.33% 31.25%
 Arthritis 16.36% 30.77% 16.67% 18.75%
  1. Clinical characteristics of the randomly-created training and testing cohorts. With the exception of age, these factors were quantified as binary data points. The clinical factors were retrieved from the patients’ medical records via the latest “Patient Medical History” form administered prior to imaging