Table 2: Demographical, imaging, and clinical data of stroke patients.

PatientAge, ySexHand dominanceAHStroke locationInfarct volume, mLLesion age, dMEP of AHNIHSSmRSBIFMAMRC

166FRRCR, BG3.11Present7445333
268MRRTemporal parietal region, BG, CR21.82Present12425192
361MRRCR0.58Absent5365443
468MRRParietal occipital region3.76Present3290332
567FRLFrontoparietal region8.13Absent1342521
650FRLBG4.714Absent1442031
744MRLCR0.81Present6280534
840MRLBG0.42Present8370384
959FRLFrontotemporal region722Present13430363
1060FRRCR1.28Present7450382
1144MRLBG2.83Present7435463
1256MRRBG0.46Present1342521
1350MRRBG, CR6.31Present7450333
1445FRLBG6.13present5360594
1550MRRBG1.87Present4265564
1649MRLBG, CR2.38Present11445463
1736MRLBG, CR2.113Present6450262
1858MRLParietal occipital region, CR0.57Present5380443
1938MRRBG2.65Present5465272
2047FRRFrontotemporal region9.96Present9440333
2152FRLFrontotemporal region13.53Absent12435212
2243MRLBG1.23Present6375484
2361MRLBG4.66Present9435403
2439MRLBG1.53Absent7460383
2566MRRBG, CR6.62Present9445322

M = male; F = female; R = right; L = left; AH = affected hemisphere; UH = unaffected hemisphere; IC = internal capsule; CR = corona radiata; BG = basal ganglia; MEPs = motor evoked potentials; NIHSS = National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; mRS = modified Rankin Scale; BI = Barthel index; FMA = Fugl-Meyer assessment of upper extremity; MRC = Medical Research Council scale for hand muscles.