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Table 1 Clinical demographics for stroke subjects

From: Inter-rater reliability of kinesthetic measurements with the KINARM robotic exoskeleton

Stroke subject Affected side Days post- stroke Hours elapsed initial-retest Stroke type Lesion location Vascular territory FIM BIT TLT CMSA [arm, hand] PPB
1 R 4 19.0 I SC MCA 82 142 0 [4, 4] 0
2 R 7 22.6 I C MCA 101 138 0 [4, 5] 4
3 B 7 24.2 I Cb AICA 95 145 0 [6, 7] 5(R)a
4 B 10 0.3 I Cb + Br PICA 110 144 0 [7, 7] 10(L)b
5 R 14 6.6 I C + SC MCA 124 139 0 [7, 7] 12
6 R 18 0.8 I C + SC MCA 94 135 2 [5, 6] 4
7 L 21 24.9 I C MCA 74 141 3 [1, 1] 0
8 L 43 23.8 I SC MCA 106 135 1 [4, 6] 7
9 L 50 20.9 I SC MCA 115 142 0 [5, 6] 8
10 L 83 21.5 I SC MCA 85 128 1 [2, 2] 0
11 R 86 52.8 H C + SC MCA 111 144 1 [3, 4] 0
12 R 87 24.2 H C + SC MCA 106 146 0 [5, 6] 10
13 R 147 25.1 I C MCA 124 142 0 [7, 7] 11
14 L 178 5.1 H SC MCA 115 144 2 [3, 5] 0
15 R 186 0.8 I C MCA 126 145 0 [7, 7] 12
  1. Abbreviations: L left, R right, B bilateral, I ischemic, H hemorrhagic, C cortical, SC subcortical, Cb cerebellar, Br brainstem, MCA middle cerebral artery, AICA anterior inferior cerebellar artery, PICA posterior inferior cerebellar artery, FIM Functional Independence Measure, BIT Behavioral Inattention Test, TLT thumb localizing test, CMSA Chedoke-McMaster Stroke Assessment, PPB Purdue Pegboard
  2. aSubject 3 scored 6 for both arms and 7 for both hands on the CMSA, PPB is reported for the more impaired (right) arm
  3. bSubject 4 scored 7 for both arms and hands on the CMSA, PPB is reported for the more impaired (left) arm