Volume 12, Number 8—August 2006
Mental Status after West Nile Virus Infection
|Characteristic||West Nile fever, n = 64||West Nile neuroinvasive disease, n = 52||p value|
|Age, y||50.0 (12.8)||53.6 (19.1)||0.26|
|Education, y||14.6 (2.6)||13.6 (3.0)||0.05|
|Sex, % male||44||58||0.14|
|Hospitalized, n (%)||10 (16)||40 (78)||<0.001|
|TICS total (range 0–41)||33.6 (3.3)||31.1 (3.8)||0.005‡|
*TICS, Telephone Interview for Cognitive Status.
†Means with standard deviations in parentheses, except where otherwise indicated.
‡p value, after analysis of covariance, controlling for marginal group difference in education.
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