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Table 3 Difference between groups in proportion of responders in outcome measures

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

Outcome Outcome Measures Groups Assess-ment at 6th Week Assess-ment at 12thWeek p- value Assess-ment at 6th Week Follow- up at 16th Week p- value Assess-ment at 12thWeek Follow- up at 16th Week p- value
n(%) n(%)   n(%) n(%)   n(%) n(%)  
Motor Function UPDRS-Part III Exp. 15(68.2) 19(95.0) .250 15(68.2) 19(95.0) .250 19(95.0) 19(95.0) .050
Control 8(36.4) 12(57.1) .005 8(36.4) 13(61.9) .007 12(57.1) 13(61.9) .032
Balance confidence ABCS Exp. 16(727) 17(85.0) .009 16(727) 18(90.0) .053 17(85.0) 18(90.0) .016
Control 6(27.3) 8(38.1) .001 6(27.3) 8(38.1) .001 8(38.1) 8(38.1) <.001
Balance BBS Exp. 16(72.7) 18(90.0) .053 16(72.7) 18(90.0) .053 18(90.0) 18(90.0) .005
Control 6(27.3) 10(47.6) .004 6(27.3) 10(47.6) .004 10(47.6) 10(47.6) .000
Activities of Daily UPDRS-Part II Exp. 9(40.9) 17(85.0) .218 9(40.9) 18(90.0) .479 17(85.0) 18(90.0) .016
livings   Control 4(18.2) 8(38.1) .012 4(18.2) 10(47.6) .035 8(38.1) 10(47.6) <.001
  1. UPDRS Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale, ABCS Activities-specific Balance Confidence scale, BBS Berg balance scale, Exp Experimental