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Table 1 Participants information

From: Reliable and valid robot-assisted assessments of hand proprioceptive, motor and sensorimotor impairments after stroke

  Stroke subjects Control subjects
N 30 31
Age (mean ± SD) 64.50 ± 14.02 66.87 ± 7.92
Male \(\mid\) Female 19 \(\mid\) 11 20 \(\mid\) 11
Handedness 4 Left Right only
LHS \(\mid\) RHS 12 \(\mid\) 18  
Ischemic \(\mid\) Hemorrhagic 21 \(\mid\) 9  
Weeks since stroke 8.17 ± 4.56 (range [2.57, 20.86])  
FMA [0-66] 34.43 ± 22.22 ([4, 65])  
kUDT [0-2] 1.20 ± 0.83 ([0, 2])  
BBT affected side [#/min] 20.90 ± 20.16 ([0, 74])  
BBT less affected side [#/min] 60.30 ± 11.27 ([44, 80])  
MoCA [0-30] 22.00 ± 5.84 ([6, 30])  
MAS [0-6] 0.10 ± 0.55 ([0, 3])  
  1. These results only consider subjects that were included in the data analysis (i.e. does not consider subjects that were excluded due to missing data, drop-outs etc.). Acronyms—LHS: Left Hemispheric Stroke; RHS: Right Hemispheric Stroke; FMA: Fugl-Meyer Upper Limb Motor Assessment; kUDT: kinesthetic Up-Down Test; BBT: Box& Block Test; MoCA: Montral Cognitive Assessment; MAS: Modified Ashworth Scale