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Clinical Study

Ipsilesional High Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Add-On Therapy Improved Diffusion Parameters of Stroke Patients with Motor Dysfunction: A Preliminary DTI Study

Table 1

Clinical data of included stroke patients.

GroupNumberAge (years)Duration (days)GenderLesion locationNIHSSFMBI
PrePostPrePostPrePost

RT1725FL_IC, BG8510425060
2635ML_IC, BG6413346070
3793ML_IC, BG10638693555
4646FL_IC, BG11377892570
5646FL_IC, BG11967772530
6743FL_IC, BG6332606580
7584ML_IC, BG9522512545

CT8564FL_IC10820222530
9763ML_IC, BG, CR5360645065
10536FL_IC, BG9714354055
11757ML_IC, BG10740412550
12615FL_IC, BG9622273040
13675FL_IC, BG, CR7363698090
14774ML_IC, BG, CR11511182030
15686ML_IC, BG5320246070

BG: basal ganglia; BI: Barthel Index; CT: conventional treatment; CR: corona radiate; FM: Fugl-Meyer Assessment; L_IC: left internal capsule; NIHSS: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; RT: repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment; represents the significant difference between preclinical and postclinical scores (); △ represents the significant difference between the clinical scores of RT and CT groups.

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