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In the article “Prothrombotic Factors in Children With Stroke or Porencephaly” (Pediatrics Journal, Vol. 116, Issue 2, pp. 447–453), J. Lynch et al. compared differences and similarities in children with arterial ischemic stroke and porencephaly. Three classification categories were used: perinatal stroke, delayed perinatal stroke, and childhood stroke. Of 59 children, 25 were diagnosed with delayed perinatal stroke. At the 5% significance level, do the data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that delayed perinatal stroke does not comprise one-third of the cases among the three categories?


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