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Table 1 CiSCI characteristics

From: Overground walking patterns after chronic incomplete spinal cord injury show distinct response patterns to unloading

  Characteristics ASIA Sensory SEP MEP
# Sex Age Lesion Level TSI [yrs] Height [cm] Weight [kg] 10mWT [s] LEMS (50) LT (56) PP (56) POS (4) VIB (48) RB (2) L [ms] R [ms] L [ms] R [ms]
01 m 35 C2 1.16 177 74.7 6.97 49 34 42 4 40 0 45 45 32 31
02 m 68 C4 0.5 184 99.4 8.91 47 56 52 3 12 1 42 41 29 29
03 m 64 C2 11 172 88.8 9.15 48 40 44 4 12 2 52 52 43 41
04 m 29 C6 1.25 176 63.7 17.21 42 40 33 4 28 2 41 43 30 31
05 f 64 C6 4.3 166 48.5 9.27 46 55 52 3 46 1 46 46 34 35
06 m 44 C2 13 188 96.8 10.17 47 11 10 3 12 2 55 52 32 33
07 f 46 T8 0.3 171 94.8 5.78 47 32 20 4 48 0 41 41 29 29
08 f 52 T9 7.25 177 81.1 13.09 40 52 52 3 28 2 44 47 32 31
09 m 68 C7 0.4 167 58.2 6.47 49 56 56 4 42 0 45 42 NA NA
10 m 38 C6 8.25 182 71.7 7.31 45 30 13 4 34 0 56 54 32 33
11 m 48 C2 13.2 177 77 6.82 48 56 56 4 38 1 43 42 29 29
12 m 63 T9 6.1 17 80 17.41 43 35 15 3 3 2 53 47 35 32
  1. Characteristics of the individuals with iSCI included in the analysis, especially the time since injury (TSI) and the ten-meter walking test (10mWT) as a measure of walking function. This also includes the summation of the left and right lower extremity motor scores (LEMS), light touch scores (LT), and pin prick scores (PP) along with position sense (POS), vibration sense (VIB) and Romberg (RB) scores. Latencies from sensory evoked potentials (SEP) and cortical motor evoked potentials (MEP) are reported for the tibial nerve (NA: Not assessed). Where appropriate, units and maximal possible scores are indicated in parenthesis