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Table 1 Clinical characteristics and results of cognitive measures in patients with DAI

From: The pathophysiology of prospective memory failure after diffuse axonal injury - Lesion-symptom analysis using diffusion tensor imaging

Age Gender Education (years) Duration (months) GCS WAIS-III RBMT
      VIQ PIQ FSIQ SPS PM
24 M 16 49 4 75 78 74 14 5
36 M 12 9 3 60 60 57 17 4
27 M 16 15 7 85 74 78 16 4
21 M 12 51 7 77 86 79 22 6
20 M 11 13 3 84 94 87 7 4
19 M 9 6 3 91 97 93 20 4
22 F 12 27 3 n.a. n.a. n.a. 8 2
22 M 16 24 7 115 117 118 23 6
34 M 12 3 3 65 60 60 8 3
27 M 16 5 3 111 106 109 22 6
24 M 16 5 3 94 75 88 19 5
18 M 12 3 3 60 47 50 9 2
33 M 14 6 6 63 63 60 23 6
36 M 16 12 3 70 71 68 24 6
b24   a13.6 (2.4) a16.3 (16.1) b3 (2) a80.8 (18.2) a79.1 (20.2) a78.5 (20.3) b18 (13.5) b4.5 (2.25)
  1. F: female, M: male, GCS: Glasgow Coma Scale, WAIS-III: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-III, VIQ: verbal intelligence quotient, PIQ: performance intelligence quotient, FSIQ: full-scale intelligence quotient, RBMT: Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test, SPS: standardized profile score, PM: prospective memory, n.a.: not applicable. a: mean (standard deviation), b: median (inter-quartile range)