Behavioural Neurology / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Neurophysiological Indicators of Residual Cognitive Capacity in the Minimally Conscious State

Table 1

Patients’ diagnosis, etiology, gender, age, time since injury, and CRS-R scores.

PatientsEtiologySexAgeTSI monthsCRS-R totalAFVFMFOF CAr

MCS− 1TBIM34115,910132202
MCS− 2TBIM3457,715245202
MCS− 3TBIM1963,67131101
MCS− 4TBIF666,010232201
MCS− 5TBIF195,313135202
MCS− 6AnoxiaF296,510232102
MCS− 7TBIM2740,211232202
MCS− 8TBIM2939,08004202
MCS− 9AnoxiaM549,58132101
MCS− 10EncephalitisM494,311232202
MCS− 11TBIM474,813235201
MCS+ 1SAHF4956,111332201
MCS+ 2TBIF2447,014332212
MCS+ 3TBIF35117,012332202
MCS+ 4TBIM6029,118445212
MCS+ 5AnoxiaM503,615335202
MCS+ 6TBIM354,318355212
MCS+ 7EncephalitisF276,89312102
MCS+ 8TBIF588,813352111
MCS+ 9SAHF4929,08302102

MCS−: minimally conscious state minus; MCS+: minimally conscious state plus; TBI: traumatic brain injury; SAH: subarachnoidal hemorrhage; M/F: male/female; TSI: time since injury (months after injury); CRS-R: Coma Recovery Scale-Revised; AF: auditory function; VF: visual function; MF: motor function; OF: oromotor function; C: communication; and Ar: arousal.