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Table 1 Clinical and demographic characteristics

From: Facilitation of corticospinal excitability by virtual reality exercise following anodal transcranial direct current stimulation in healthy volunteers and subacute stroke subjects

Patient Sex Age Weeks since onset Etiology Site of lesion FIM MBI FMS (upper extremity)
1 M 38 5 Infarction Cerebellum, pons 111 60 52
2 M 74 3 Infarction Lt. pons 106 59 53
3 M 52 4 Infarction Lt. MCA (subcortical) 101 97 55
4 M 66 6 Hemorrhage Rt. BG (subcortical) 103 81 53
5 M 65 5 Infarction Rt. pons 106 80 60
6 M 54 7 Hemorrhage Lt. BG (subcortical) 99 83 56
7 F 74 5 Infarction Lt. PICA (subcortical) 111 81 54
8 M 71 6 Hemorrhage Rt. BG (subcortical) 102 74 50
9 F 47 8 Infarction Rt. ACA (cortical) 106 82 62
10 F 56 4 Hemorrhage Lt. MCA (cortical) 105 74 54
11 M 59 5 Infarction Rt. BG (subcortical) 112 89 58
12 M 52 3 Infarction Rt. MCA (subcortical) 106 81 58
13 F 62 5 Hemorrhage Lt. MCA (subcortical) 108 76 56
14 M 57 4 Infarction Rt. MCA (cortical) 122 88 57
15 M 64 4 Hemorrhage Lt. BG (subcortical) 116 83 55
  1. Rt, right; Lt, left; MCA, middle cerebral artery; BG, basal ganglia; PICA, posterior inferior cerebellar artery; ACA, anterior cerebral artery; FIM, functional independence measure; MBI, modified barthel index; FMS, Fugl-Meyer upper extremity assessment score.