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Research Article

The Tree-Drawing Test (Koch’s Baum Test): A Useful Aid to Diagnose Cognitive Impairment

Table 2

Qualitative characteristics of trees.

ADFTDVDMCIControls
(%) (%) (%) (%) (%)

Trunk shape
(s: single line, d: double line)
s: 23 (19%)
d: 95 (81%)
s: 2 (11%)
d: 17 (89%)
s: 8 (17%)
d: 38 (83%)
s: 11 (9%)
d: 121 (91%)
s: 5 (6%)
d: 85 (94%)

Trunk end opening
(0: top of the trunk closed,
1: top of the trunk opened,
2: top of the trunk wider than trunk)
0: 102 (86%)
1: 12 (10%)
2: 4 (4%)
0: 19 (100%)
1: 0 (0%)
2: 0 (0%)
0: 43 (93%)
1: 2 (4%)
2: 1 (3%)
0: 124 (94%)
1: 8 (6%)
2: 0 (0%)
0: 82 (91%)
1: 7 (8%)
2: 1 (1%)

Crown shape
(o: open, c: closed, n: not done)
o: 86 (73%)
c: 29 (25%)
n: 3 (2%)
o: 12 (63%)
c: 7 (37%)
o: 33 (72%)
c: 13 (28%)
o: 106 (80%)
c: 26 (20%)
o: 53 (59%)
c: 37 (41%)

Branches shape
(s: single line, d: double line, n: not done)
s: 84 (71%)
d: 3 (3%)
n: 31 (26%)
s: 11 (58%)
d: 1 (5%)
n: 5 (37%)
s: 30 (65%)
d: 5 (11%)
n: 11 (24%)
s: 101 (77%)
d: 5 (4%)
n: 26 (19%)
s: 53 (59%)
d: 13 (14%)
n: 24 (27%)

Leaves24 (20%)5 (26%)9 (20%)41 (31%)28 (31%)

Flowers002 (4%)6 (5%)4 (4%)

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