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Table 1 Demographic and Clinical Characteristics

From: Assessment of bilateral motor skills and visuospatial attention in children with perinatal stroke using a robotic object hitting task

 TDAISPVI
N1552821
Male/Female81/7418/1015/6
Affected ArmHandedness:
1 A/13 L/141 R
9 L/19 R11 L/10 R
Age (mean years ± SD)12.5 ± 4.012.4 ± 4.011.7 ± 3.8
MACS MACS I: N = 4, MACS II: N = 16MACS I: N = 8, MACS II: N = 5
BIT (mean ± SD) 129 ± 20.9139.0 ± 5.5
 range: 56–145range: 122–146
 N = 6 below cutoff for neglect (< 130)N = 1 below cutoff for neglect (< 130)
AHA (mean ± SD) 61.3 ± 20.575.2 ± 16.7
 range: 32–100range: 55–100
Melbourne (mean ± SD) 69.1 ± 20.889.4 ± 11.1
 range: 31–100range: 64–100
  1. MACS Manual Ability Classification Scale, BIT Behavioral Inattention Test, AHA Assisting Hand Assessment. MACS, AHA, and Melbourne scores were unavailable for 16 children (8 AIS, 8 PVI), and BIT scores were unavailable for 2 children (1 AIS, 1 PVI)