Table 2:

Demographics and background data in patients and controlsa

Patients (n = 21)Controls (n = 21)P Value
Age (median) (range)74 (65–81)74 (65–82)NSb
No. of men (%)11 (52%)11 (52%)NSc
MMSE25 (22–27)30 (29–30)<.001d
Urgency scale3 (1–4)1 (1–1)<.001d
Modified Rankin Scale score2 (2–3)0 (0–0)<.001d
Romberg test (sec)18 (4–60)60 (60–60)<.001d
10-m Walk time (sec)12 (8–17)5 (5–6)<.001d
10-m Walk (No. of steps)22 (16–30)12 (11–13)<.001d
Evans index score0.35 (0.34–0.39)0.28 (0.24–0.30)<.001d
DWMH1 (1–3)1 (1–2)NSd
DESH (No.) (%)14 (67%)0 (0%)<.001c
Callosal angle66° (60°–73°)113° (104°–121°)<.001d
Lateral ventricular volume (mL)130 (111–136)31 (24–54)<.001d
  • Note:—DESH indicates disproportionately enlarged subarachnoid space hydrocephalus; NS, not significant.

  • a Unless indicated otherwise, data are median, with interquartile range in parentheses.

  • b Mann-Whitney U test.

  • c McNemar test.

  • d Wilcoxon signed rank test.