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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and stroke subtypes (N = 15)

From: Effects of a robot-assisted training of grasp and pronation/supination in chronic stroke: a pilot study

subject age (years) gender (M/F) time post-
stroke (days)
initial Fugl-Meyer score stroke type lesion site
A1 55 M 929 32 hemorrhagic left basal ganglia
A2 68 M 1064 34 hemorrhagic right basal ganglia
A3 48 M 323 13 hemorrhagic left basal ganglia
A4 46 M 679 34 ischemic right temporal, basal ganglia, corona radiata, thalamus
A5 61 F 458 43 ischemic right frontal-temporal, insula
A6 78 F 831 16 ischemic right temporal, basal ganglia
A7 63 F 934 42 ischemic right basal ganglia
A8 73 F 319 27 hemorrhagic left basal ganglia
A9 43 F 417 37 hemorrhagic* right frontal lobe
A10 71 F 318 40 ischemic right corona radiata, basal ganglia
A11 65 F 271 33 ischemic* right basal ganglia, corona radiata, external capsule frontal-parietal, thalamus
A12 31 M 297 35 hemorrhagic right parietal lobe
A13 55 M 480 14 hemorrhagic right basal ganglia
A14 44 F 627 41 hemorrhagic left basal ganglia
A15 32 M 1041 45 hemorrhagic right basal ganglia
mean 55.5 ± 14.6 - 597.5 ± 294.1 32.4 ± 10.5 - -
  1. * recurrent stroke
  2. all subjects were right handed