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Table 5 Comparison of selected variables for thoracic or abdominal pain in multiple logistic regression analysis (continuous and binary variables)

From: Musculoskeletal manifestations occur predominantly in patients with later-onset familial Mediterranean fever: Data from a multicenter, prospective national cohort study in Japan

Variable p value OR (95% CI)
Model 1
 Age at onset 0.0081 0.979 (0.963–0.995)
 Family history 0.4012 1.415 (0.624–3.209)
 Typical FMF 0.0437 2.023 (1.018–4.021)
 Duration of fever attack 0.7985 1.012 (0.924–1.108)
 Arthritis 0.8003 0.926 (0.510–1.681)
 Erysipelas-like erythema 0.2824 0.655 (0.302–1.418)
 Autoimmune or autoinflammatory diseases 0.0007 0.218 (0.0858–0.557)
 Exon 3 mutations (+) 0.7587 0.890 (4.018–26.716)
 Exon 10 mutations (+) < 0.0001 10.361 (4.018–26.716)
Model 2
 Age at onset ≥20 years 0.0051 0.431 (0.238–0.782)
 Family history 0.3733 1.445 (0.636–3.284)
 Typical FMF 0.0527 1.970 (0.991–3.920)
 Duration of fever attack 0.8415 1.009 (0.920–1.107)
 Arthritis 0.7936 0.924 (0.509–1.675)
 Erysipelas-like erythema 0.1723 0.589 (0.275–1.262)
 Autoimmune or autoinflammatory diseases 0.0006 0.216 (0.085–0.545)
 Exon 3 mutations (+) 0.7174 0.872 (0.414–1.835)
 Exon 10 mutations (+) < 0.0001 10.718 (4.148–27.694)
  1. Odds ratio (OR), 95% confidence interval (CI), and p value in model 1 or model 2 presented
  2. FMF familial Mediterranean fever