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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of stroke survivors

From: Augmenting propulsion demands during split-belt walking increases locomotor adaptation of asymmetric step lengths

ID Age Gender Affected Side Lesion Location Fugl-Meyer Score Slow, Mid, Fast Speed (m/s) Total # Adapt Strides
(flat/ incline)
Total # Post
Strides
(flat/ incline)
Incline
Session Slope
(°)
P1 43 Female R Left MCA and basal ganglia 33 0.75
1.13
1.50
907/609 605/303 8.5°
P2 55 Female R Left MCA and ACA, temporal lobe, basal ganglia 26 0.54
0.81
1.08
867/301 642/300
P3 64 Female R Left MCA, frontal, parietal lobe and basal ganglia 29 0.40
0.60
0.80
617/368 307/10
P4 58 Female R Left medial, frontal and parietal area’s 21 0.30
0.45
0.60
901/406 625/10
P5 66 Male R Left MCA, frontal, temporal and parietal lobes 30 0.51
0.77
1.02
606/452 599/302
P6 60 Female R Left frontal 26 0.60
0.90
1.20
907/597 600/300
P7 77 Male R Thalamus 30 0.23
0.35
0.47
589/605 598/302
P8 59 Male R Left MCA 32 0.47
0.70
0.93
905/608 600/306 8.5°
P9 52 Male R Left MCA 32 0.64
0.96
1.28
903/602 603/302
P10 66 Male L Right frontal superior, parietal and posterior area’s 29 0.51
0.76
1.01
908/519 602/299 8.5°
P11 75 Male R Left periventricular, temporal and basal ganglia 32 0.63
0.94
1.25
913/497 552/306
P12 49 Male R Frontotemporal parietal 33 0.47
0.71
0.95
931/450 303/300