Table 1: Demographic and clinical characteristics of patients.

Patient#AgeGenderM/P site of lesionDysfunctionTarget motor function

161MLt internal capsuleHemiparesis (2/5)Hand to mouth
255MLt internal capsuleHemiparesis (2/5)Elbow extension
348MRt MCAHemiparesis (2/5)Elbow extension
452MLt cerebellumHemiparesis (4/5)Stability on one leg
570MRt temporooccipital regionHemiparesis (4/5); hypoesthesia; hemianopsia; hemineglectWeight shift to the left
643MRt internal capsuleHemiparesis (3/5)Finger extension
761FRt internal capsuleHemiparesis (3/5)Finger extension
868MLt MCAHemiparesis (4/5)Stability on one leg
977MRt MCAHemiparesis (4/5)Finger movement for playing a saxophone
1069MLt MCHemiparesis (4/5)Sit to stand stability and endurance
1176FRt MCAHemiparesis (4/5)Preparation to grasp plastic cup
1266MRt MCAHemiparesis (3/5)Reach and grasp
1390MLt MCAHemiparesis (3/5); aphasiaManual dexterity: place battery, screw bolt
1439MLt internal capsuleHemiparesis (3/5); hypoesthesiaFinger extension
1557FLt basal gangliaHemiparesis (4/5)Stability of gait
1672FLt basal gangliaHemiparesis (4/5)Manual dexterity: place battery
1780MLt superior cerebellumHemiparesis (4/5)Stability of gait
1867MRt MCAHemiparesis (3/5)Opening of hand

Based on CT scan results and on clinical presentation; MCA: middle cerebral artery.