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Table 3 Clinical characteristics

From: Intra-arterial application of nimodipine in reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome: a neuroradiological method to help differentiate from primary central nervous system vasculitis

Demographics  
Age (mean ± standard deviation) (year) 47.1 ± 15.8
Female/male 10/3
Medical history, n (%)  
Hypertension 5 (38.5)
Tobacco use 4 (30.8)
Migraine 1 (7.7)
Depression/anxiety 2 (15.4)
Vasoactive drug or medication 3 (23.1)
Initial clinical presentation, n (%)  
Thunderclap headache 8 (61.5)
Other headache 5 (38.5)
Motor deficit 8 (61.5)
Sensory disorder 4 (30.8)
Speech disorder 2 (15.4)
Cognitive disorder 1 (7.7)
Visual/acoustic symptoms 4 (30.8)
Vegetative symptoms 5 (38.5)
Dizziness/vertigo 1 (7.7)
Impaired consciousness 2 (15.4)