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Table 2 Clinical characteristics of SCA14 subjects

From: Cognition is only minimally impaired in Spinocerebellar ataxia type 14 (SCA14): a neuropsychological study of ten Norwegian subjects compared to intrafamilial controls and population norm

Patient Age at examination, y Age at onset, y SARA baseline SARA 3 years follow up MMS MRI
Family 1       
V-5 49 12 5.50 8.50 29 Cerebellar atrophy, most prominent in vermis
V-3 45 20 6.00 9.00 29 Cerebellar atrophy, most prominent in vermis
V-4 43 35 5.50 10.00 30 Cerebellar atrophy, most prominent in vermis
VI-3 20 10 10.50 12.50 29 Cerebellar atrophy
VI-1 20 10 4.00 5.00 30 **
VI-2 17 10 5.00 6.50 30 Minimal cerebellar atrophy
V-1 44 29 5.00 6.50 30 Cerebellar atrophy, most prominent in vermis
V-8 46 45 0.00 2.50 30 Cerebellar atrophy, most prominent in vermis
V-10* 54*   0 0 30 **
Family 2       
III-3 53 35 11.00 14.00 30 Cerebellar atrophy, some scattered unspecific white matter lesions
  1. *This subject was without symptoms and signs, but was confirmed to have the SCA14 mutation.
  2. **MRI not performed.