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Table 1 Overview Cerebellar subjects and Control subjects

From: Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on grip force control in patients with cerebellar degeneration

Cerebellar subjects Controls
ID Age Sex Diagnosis Disease duration ICARS (total/100) ICARS UL (total/20) ID Age Sex
P01 30 M SAOA 9 years 38.5 7.5 C01 28 M
P02 47 M ADCA III 12 years 43.5 4.5 C02 33 M
P03 47 M ADCA III 17 years 32.5 4.5 C03 47 M
P04 48 F ADCA III 28 years 19 1 C04 47 M
P05 48 M SCA 14 25 years 20 3 C05 50 F
P06 50 F SCA 14 17 years 17 1 C06 51 F
P07 52 M ADCA III 6 years 19.5 3 C07 52 M
P08 53 M Cerebellitis 10 years 46 5 C08 54 M
P09 54 F SCA 14 25 years 27 3.5 C09 55 M
P10 54 F SAOA 18 years 31 4.5 C10 55 M
P11 55 M SAOA 18 years 48 5 C11 55 F
P12 58 F SCA 6 8 years 43.5 10 C12 57 F
P13 60 F ADCA III 13 years 23 11 C13 63 F
P14 61 M SCA 6 4 years 9 0 C14 65 M
  1. Cerebellar subjects were age-matched with the control subject on the right side of the table. SCA6 = spinocerebellar ataxia type 6; SCA14 = spinocerebellar ataxia type 14; SAOA = sporadic adult onset ataxia; ADCA III = autosomal dominant ataxia type III; ICARS = International Cooperative Ataxia Rating Scale [13]. ICARS UL = score of right upper limb in finger-to-nose test, finger-to-finger test, pronation/supination and Archimedes spiral drawing. Disease duration is years since presentation of the first symptoms