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Table 1 Participants’ demographics and clinical characteristics

From: Offline effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on reaction times of lower extremity movements in people after stroke: a pilot cross-over study

Age (years)62 (11.6)
Height (cm)175.2 (7.8)
Weight (kg)79.0 (13.7)
BMI25.7 (3.9)
Gender (M/F)12/1
Time post stroke (years)9.2 (6.3)
Paretic side (left/right)6/7
Type of stroke (ischemic / hemorrhagic)9/4
Berg Balance Scale [56]54 (2.0)
FMA-L [34]24 (6.9)
Motricity Index [33]
 Ankle dorsiflexion19 (10.7)
 Knee extension26 (4.1)
 Hip flexion27 (4.5)
Vibration Sense [8]
 MTP-1 paretic5.5 (1.2)
 MTP-1 non-paretic5.7 (1.1)
 Medial malleolus paretic4.8 (2.2)
 Medial malleolus non-paretic5.0 (2.0)
TUG (s)13.5 (7.7)
10MWT (s)10.4 (3.5)
  1. Data are presented as ‘mean (standard deviation)’ or number of participants. Maximal scores of clinical assessments are presented between square brackets. BMI body mass index, FMA-L Fugl-Meyer Assessment – leg score, MTP-1 first metatarsophalangeal joint, TUG Timed Up and Go test, 10MWT 10-m walking test