Table 4

 Patients with vascular mild cognitive impairment, compared to patients without a cognitive disorder: univariate analyses

1 month post stroke6 months post stroke12 months post stroke
N (%)ORCIp*N (%)ORCIp*N (%)ORCIp*
*p values in bold indicate association with vascular mild cognitive impairment.
OR, odds ratio; pr, present; PSCVD, pre-stroke cerebrovascular damage.
Older age64 (51.2)1.70.8–3.70.1856 (56.6)3.31.5–7.10.0048 (56.5)3.21.5–6.90.03
Sex (female)69 (55.2)1.70.8–3.80.1947 (47.4)1.60.8–3.40.2042 (49.4)2.71.2–5.90.01
Education (low)46 (36.8)3.61.6–8.00.0261 (61.6)3.61.7–7.70.0051 (60.0)2.51.2–5.20.02
Stroke type (territorial)67 (53.8)2.41.0–5.60.0453 (53.5)2.21.1–4.70.0449 (57.6)1.30.6–2.80.45
Side (left)58 (46.8)1.80.8–3.90.1744 (44.9)1.30.6–2.70.5337 (44.0)1.30.6–2.60.56
White matter lesions (pr)29 (25.0)2.40.8–7.50.1322 (24.4)1.90.7–5.20.1924 (28.9)3.91.2–12.0 0.02
Silent infarcts (pr)36 (31.0)0.90.4–2.10.8028 (31.1)0.90.4–1.90.7927 (32.5)1.40.6–3.10.47
PSCVD (pr)49 (42.2)1.30.6–2.90.5536 (40.0)1.10.5–2.30.8437 (44.6)2.31.0–5.10.05
Atrophy (pr)80 (73.3)1.90.8–4.60.1361 (75.3)1.90.9–4.50.1057 (76.0)2.20.9–5.10.06