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From: Physical Activity Reduces Epilepsy Incidence: a Retrospective Cohort Study in Swedish Cross-Country Skiers and an Experimental Study in Seizure-Prone Synapsin II Knockout Mice

Fig. 2

Epilepsy incidence divided according to gender and age groups. Data presented with Kaplan-Meier curves, with unadjusted hazard ration (HR). Y-axis represents incidence in %, and the X-axis presents follow-up time in years and number at risk. Overall incidence of epilepsy diagnoses at 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 years after completed ski race in skiers compared to matched non-participating controls (a), in men (b) and women (c), in age groups 20–30, 31–40, 41–50 and 51–100 years (d). *p < 0.05

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