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Research Article

Bridging the Gaps in Patient Education for DBS Surgery in Parkinson’s Disease

Table 2

Percentage of patients having their motor expectations met after DBS surgery.

Symptom
(% of any agreement)
Strongly agree
% (SE)
Agree
% (SE)
Somewhat agree
% (SE)
Neither agree nor disagree
% (SE)
Somewhat disagree
% (SE)
Disagree
% (SE)
Strongly disagree
% (SE)
N/A
% (SE)

Tremor
= 29 (82)
61 (9.0)14 (7.0)7.0 (5.0)000018 (7.0)
Rigidity
= 29 (82)
32 (9.0)29 (9.0)21 (8.0)4.0 (4.0)4.0 (4.0)0010 (6.0)
Slowness
= 29 (75)
29 (9.0)21 (8.0)25 (8.0)7.0 (5.0)4.0 (4.0)7.0 (5.0)07.0 (5.0)
On-time
= 28 (85)
39 (9.0)25 (8.0)21 (8.0)11 (1.1)0004.0 (4.0)
Dyskinesia
= 29 (82)
36 (9.0)25 (8.0)21 (8.0)7.0 (5.0)00010 (6.0)
Dystonia
= 29 (62)
21 (8.0)29 (9.0)18 (7.0)7.0 (5.0)00025 (8.0)

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