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Table 2 Overview tremor frequencies

From: Deficits in tapping accuracy and variability in tremor patients

Subject Rest (Hz) (R/L) Posture (Hz) (R/L) Tapping (Hz) (R/L)
PD 1 5/5 6/5 6/6
PD 2 5/5 7/8 −/6
*PD 3 6/4 5/7 −/5
*PD 4 6/6 7/7 7/7
PD 5 9/8 6/6 −/6
PD 6 8/8 9/8 −/−
PD 7 4/5 5/6 6/6
PD 8 6/6 6/7 −/−
PD 9 7/6 6/7 5/−
*PD 10 6/6 5/5 −/−
PD 11 6/7 6/8 −/−
ET 1 6/7 6/6 −/−
ET 2 5/5 7/6 6/5
* ET 3
ET 4 8/6 5/6 −/−
* ET 5
ET 6 7/6 7/7 7/7
* ET 7
ET 8 8/7 7/8 −/8
ET 9 7/7 5/6 7/−
ET 10 6/6 6/7 6/6
ET 11 5/9 7/7 −/−
ET 12 7/4 7/7 9/−
ET 13 8/8 8/8 8/7
* ET 14
ET 15 6/6 5/7 −/7
ET 16 5/5 5/10 6/6
ET 17 7/7 6/7 −/−
  1. PD = Parkinson’s Disease, ET = Essential Tremor, R = Right hand, L = Left hand. The tremor frequencies are given for each individual patient. For the postural tremor patients had both arms outstretched in front of them at shoulder level