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Table 1 Demographic information of the participants

From: Combined effects of virtual reality techniques and motor imagery on balance, motor function and activities of daily living in patients with Parkinson’s disease: a randomized controlled trial

  Randomized (n=44) p-value Lost to post-test follow-up at 12th week (n=3)
Variables Experimental Group Control Group   Experimental Group Control Group
(n=22) (n=22)   (n=2) (n=1)
Age (years) 63.86±4.57 62.32±4.61 .936 61.00±2.83 60
Gender
 Female 9 (41%) 10 (45.45%)   01 00
 Male 13 (59%) 12 (54.55%)   01 01
 Height (cm) 160.36 ± 3.70 164.36 ± 2.68 .397 163.0 ± 0.0 161
 Weight (kg) 59.59 ± 4.90 60.73 ± 5.43 .710 56.00±1.41 70
 Disease duration (years) 6.23±1.85 6.55±1.68 .887 4.00±2.83 6.0
 Age at onset of PD 56.00±4.06 55.50±4.53 .912 54.50±2.12 54
 Age at diagnosis PD 59.55±3.91 60.05±4.13 .443 57.50±0.71 58
 H&Y Stage 2.11 ± 0.74 2.25 ± 0.67 .720 2 ± 0.0 3.0
 MMSE 26.41±1.91 25.27±4.38 .029 27.01±0.0 27.0
  1. PD Parkinson’s disease, MMSE Mini mental state examination, H&Y Hoehn and Yahr Stage