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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the participants

From: Tarsal fusion for pes equinovarus deformity improves gait capacity in chronic stroke patients

Sex 3 M, 7 F
Type of stroke 7 ischemic, 3 hemorrhagic
Age at the time of stroke (years) 41 (24–52)
Time post stroke (years) 7 (1–24)
Age at the time of surgery (years) 48 (30–62)
Time between pre-operative gait analysis and surgery (months) 9 (5–14)
Time between surgery and post-operative gait analysis (months) 7 (2–11)
Motricity Index - lower extremity 57 (39–80)
Brunnström stage - lower extremity 4 (3–5)
Quantitative vibration threshold - ankle / foot 7 (5–8)
Modified Ashworth Scale triceps surae 2 (0–3)
Berg Balance Scale 48 (5–56)
  1. Data are mean (range). Motricity Index - lower extremity (%). Brunnström stage - lower extremity (max range 1–6). Quantitative vibration threshold – ankle/ foot (max range 0–8). Modified Ashworth Scale – triceps surae (max range 0–5). Berg Balance Scale (max range 0–56)