Behavioural Neurology / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

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

Table 2

Clinical evaluations with time.

The effect
of time
Initial
assessment
1 month
after onset
Pairwise comparison
(initial and 1 month)
3 months
after onset
Pairwise comparison
(1 and 3 months)
6 months
after onset
Pairwise comparison
(3 and 6 months)

TIS<.001*5.3 ± 5.311.6 ± 4.2.00516.7 ± 3.7.00718.0 ± 3.1.027
Upper limb<.001*6.6 ± 6.210.0 ± 9.6.03923.2 ± 18.2.00325.8 ± 18.8.007
Lower limb<.001*7.4 ± 4.410.7 ± 6.0.01718.3 ± 4.6.00319.1 ± 4.0.336
Sensory<.001*2.4 ± 4.64.0 ± 4.9.06611.6 ± 7.2.00313.1 ± 8.1.235
FAC<.001*0 (0-0)0 (0-1).0383 (3-4).0034 (3–5).007

TIS, Trunk Impairment Scale, 0–23; upper limb, Fugl-Meyer Assessment arm section, 0–60; lower limb, Fugl-Meyer Assessment leg section, 0–28; sensory, Fugl-Meyer Assessment sensory section, 0–24; FAC, functional ambulation category, 0–5.
*P value < 0.05 was deemed to be significant.
Post hoc analyses were conducted using a Bonferroni’s correction ().
The values of TIS, FMA arm, FMA leg, and sensory test are given in mean ± standard deviation.
The values of FAC are given in median (interquartile).