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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of both groups

From: Gait kinematic analysis in patients with a mild form of central cord syndrome

Variable CCS group (n = 12) Control group (n = 20)
Sex (men) 8 (67) 12 (60)
Age (years)* 42.58 (17.3) 34.50 (9.8)
Height (cm)* 162 (13.44) 167 (8.08)
Weight (kg) * 68.7 (15.6) 65.9 (10.8)
Time since injury (months)* 16.2 (15.7) NA
Age when injury (years)* 40.5 (16.4) NA
Level of injury C1 1 (8.3) NA
Level of injury C4 5 (41.6) NA
Level of injury C5 2 (16.6) NA
Level of injury C6 2 (16.6) NA
Level of injury C7 2 (16.6) NA
Right upper limb motor score(maximum 25)* 19.5 (3.1) 25
Left upper limb motor score (maximum 25)* 19.6 (3.5) 25
Right lower limb motor score (maximum 25)* 21.7 (3.2) 25
Left lower limb motor score (maximum 25)* 21.4 (3.9) 25
Upper Limb Motor Score (maximum 50) 33.83 (4.41) 50
Lower Limb Motor Score (maximum 50) 42.33 (5.19) 50
Average between upper limb and lower limb motor score. 8.50 NA
Ashworth score* 1.21 (0.2) NA
WISCI II 20 (100) NA
TUG (seconds)* 17.1 (6.9) NA
10MWT (seconds)* 17.4 (6.7) NA
  1. Data are expressed as number (%) for categorical variables
  2. *Data are expressed as mean (SD) for continuous variables