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Table 1 Characteristics of subjects (demographic data, site of cerebellar lesion, volume of the lesion in cm3, and etiology). M – male, F – female, age and education are given in years

From: Cognitive impairment in cerebellar lesions: a logit model based on neuropsychological testing

  Patients Control
N Gender Age Education Lesion site Lesion volume Lesion etiology Gender Age Education
1 M 57 13 Left hemisphere 17.79 Tumor M 67 13
2 F 51 18 Left hemisphere 31.92 Tumor F 55 14
3 M 79 13 Left hemisphere 16.24 Stroke F 79 12
4 M 57 18 Both hemispheres + vermis 87.51 Stroke F 67 14
5 M 22 12 Left hemisphere + vermis 67.50 Tumor F 50 18
6 F 68 10 Right hemisphere 26.52 Tumor M 50 19
7 M 70 13 Right hemisphere 45.45 Stroke F 75 14
8 M 47 23 Left hemisphere 15.33 Tumor M 59 18
9 M 47 12 Left hemisphere 7.80 Stroke M 53 18
10 F 50 13 Left hemisphere 18.14 Tumor M 75 23
11 M 66 11 Right hemisphere 7.49 Stroke M 57 18
12 M 26 18 Both hemispheres 1.89 Tumor M 48 19
13 M 27 12 Right vermis 2.40 Stroke M 29 15
14 F 79 12 Left hemisphere 10.88 Stroke M 33 15
15 M 57 18 Right hemisphere 8.75 Stroke M 60 17
16 F 29 15 Left hemisphere 9.92 Tumor M 66 12
17 M 63 12 Left hemisphere 4.52 Stroke M 70 13
18 M 50 18 Right hemisphere 2.28 Stroke M 77 13
19 F 90 11 Left hemisphere 28.16 Stroke F 88 12
20 F 62 13 Right hemisphere 0.56 Stroke M 22 12
21 M 73 20 Right hemisphere 27.23 Tumor F 29 13
22 M 68 12 Right hemisphere 49.39 Stroke M 43 11
23 M 43 11 Right hemisphere 15.65 Stroke M 47 12
24 M 32 13 Left hemisphere 3.89 Tumor M 32 13
25 M 32 19 Right hemisphere 23.76 Stroke M 32 13