Behavioural Neurology / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

The Motor Recovery Related with Brain Lesion in Patients with Intracranial Hemorrhage

Table 1

Baseline characteristics and lesion size of subjects.

Pt.Paretic sideSexAgeLocation/cause of lesionLesion volume (cm3)Rehabilitation started
(days after onset)

1Rt. hemiplegiaM53ICH, BG, Lt.18.1324
2Lt. hemiplegiaF68ICH, BG, Rt.30.7817
3Rt. hemiplegiaF26ICH, T-P, Lt.50.5921
4Rt. hemiplegiaF46ICH, BG, Lt.12.9910
5Lt. hemiplegiaM33ICH, BG, Rt.20.2724
6Lt. hemiplegiaM53ICH, thalamus, Rt.19.1617
7Rt. hemiplegiaM29ICH, BG, Lt.52.5720
8Lt. hemiplegiaM52ICH, BG, Rt.52.0911
9Rt. hemiplegiaF70ICH, thalamus, Lt.14.6722
10Lt. hemiplegiaM43ICH, BG, Rt.58.6610
11Lt. hemiplegiaM58ICH, F-T, Rt.49.6613

47.3 ± 15.134.51 ± 18.1217.6 ± 5.6

BG, basal ganglia; ICH, intracerebral hemorrhage; Lt., left; Rt., right; SD, standard deviation; T-P, temporoparietal; F-T, frontotemporal.
Values are given in mean ± standard deviation.