Table 3

Sub analyses: head trauma and risk of later celiac disease
Subgroup Head trauma requiring care in neurosurgery dept. Head trauma with at least 3 days of inpatient care At least 2 records of prior head trauma
OR; 95% CI OR; 95% CI OR; 95% CI
Overall 0.77; 0.51-1.16 1.10; 0.96-1.27 1.02; 0.86-1.20
Sex
Males 0.84; 0.51-1.39 1.04; 0.85-1.26 0.77; 0.60-0.99
Females 0.65; 0.32-1.34 1.19; 0.96-1.46 1.38; 1.09-1.75
Agea
<20 yrs 0.57; 0.14-2.40 1.18; 0.67-2.18 1.29; 0.93-1.79
20-39 yrs 0.25; 0.06-1.01 1.07; 0.79-1.44 0.84; 0.60-1.19
40-59 yrs 0.90; 0.41-1.98 1.17; 0.93-1.48 1.04; 0.74-1.46
60+ yrs 1.07; 0.61-1.90 1.04; 0.82-1.33 0.94; 0.66-1.35
Calendar perioda
-1989 0.84; 0.19-3.65 1.59; 1.06-2.37 1.33; 0.69-2.56
1990-1999 0.58; 0.27-1.25 1.01; 0.81-1.26 0.86; 0.62-1.20
2000-2008 0.89; 0.53-1.50 1.09; 0.89-1.35 1.06; 0.86-1.31

aAt time of celiac disease diagnosis.

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Ludvigsson and Hadjivassiliou BMC Neurology 2013 13:105   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-13-105

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