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Table 1 Clinical description of the participants

From: Visual feedback improves movement illusions induced by tendon vibration after chronic stroke

  Sex Age Time since stroke Stroke Side FMA-UE Sensibility Spasticity
P1 M 63 483 I R 58 N N
P2 F 54 773 H L 14 SN Y*
P3 M 40 223 H L 50 S N
P4 F 61 3656 H R 16 S Y*
P5 F 40 303 I L 47 SN Y
P6 M 56 1040 I R 53 SN N
P7 M 47 896 H L 56 S Y
P8 M 59 837 H R 59 S Y
P9 M 41 1378 H R 60 S N
P10 M 66 1979 I L 8 N Y*
P11 M 68 315 I L 49 SN N
P12 M 52 403 H L 26 M Y*
P13 M 78 2122 I L 6 SN Y*
P14 M 35 2854 H R 31 S Y*
P15 M 69 837 I L 49 M N
P16 M 65 320 H R 22 SN Y
P17 F 69 1354 H L 5 M Y*
P18 M 74 437 I R 43 M N
P19 F 67 1122 I R 60 M N
P20 F 70 370 I L 8 M Y
  1. M  male, F female, I ischemic, H  hemorrhagic, Age in years old, Time since stroke in days. Stroke side: R right hemisphere, L left hemisphere
  2. FMA-UE Fugl-Meyer assessment upper extremity, motor item (66 points)
  3. Sensibility item: N normal, SN subnormal, M  moderate disorder, S severe disorder
  4. Spasticity item: N  no, Y yes, * = severe spasticity with joint deformation