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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of subjects included

From: An MRI-based strategy for differentiation of frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

NACC FTD (n = 47) AD (n = 47) NC (n = 47) p value
 Age (years), mean (SD) 64.55 (10.15) 64.55 (10.28) 64.57 (10.13) > 0.999
 Education (years), mean (SD) 15.45 (2.98) 15.62 (2.78) 15.68 (2.86) 0.920
 Gender, male (n (%)) 25 (53.2) 25 (53.2) 25 (53.2) > 0.999
 Race, White (n (%)) 47 (100.0) 47 (100.0) 47 (100.0) > 0.999
 ICV (mL), mean (SD) 1472.14 (155.82) 1526.37 (170.79) 1505.12 (145.51) 0.247
 Global CDR^     > 0.999
  0.0 = no impairment (n (%)) 6 (12.8) 6 (12.8) 47 (100.0)
  0.5 = questionable impairment (n (%)) 21 (44.7) 21 (44.7)
  1.0 = mild impairment (n (%)) 17 (36.2) 17 (36.2)
  2.0 = moderate impairment (n (%)) 3 (6.4) 3 (8.5)
ADNI + FTLDNI FTD (n = 50) AD (n = 50) p value
 Age (years), mean (SD) 64.64 (7.09) 64.22 (7.58) 0.484
 Education (years), mean (SD) 15.98 (3.57) 16.02 (2.56) 0.241
 Gender, male (n (%)) 27 (54.0) 23 (46.0) 0.548
 Race, White (n (%)) 45 (90.0) 46 (92.0) 0.727
 ICV (mL), mean (SD) 1521.82 (131.45) 1456.48 (158.80)   0.070
Global CDR^    0.002
 0.0 = no impairment (n (%)) 3 (6.0) 0 (0.0)
 0.5 = questionable impairment (n (%)) 24 (48.0) 20 (40.0)
 1.0 = mild impairment (n (%)) 16 (32.0) 30 (60.0)
 2.0 = moderate impairment (n (%)) 7 (14.0) 0 (0.0)
  1. ^Data was compared between the FTD and AD groups only. p value would be highlighted in bold when it was below 0.05