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Table 3 Neuroleptic-induced movement disorders patterns for 99 in-patients with schizophrenia.

From: Neuroleptic-induced movement disorders in a naturalistic schizophrenia population: diagnostic value of actometric movement patterns

  Presence of activity periods n% Median amount of activity periods IQ* Presence of rhythmical activity n% Median of dominant frequency Hz IQ* Median of second frequency Hz IQ* Median of third frequency Hz IQ* Median of minimal frequency Hz IQ* Median of maximal frequency Hz IQ* Median highest value of acceleration peaks IQ*
non-movement disorders n = 32 25
78%
2
1.00–7.63
24
75%
0.50
0.40–0.59
0.43
0.40–0.61
0.55
0.48–0.78
0.33
0.30–0.45
0.65
0.50–0.98
106
57–193
NIA
n = 31
31
100%
13
5.00–22.00
30
97%
0.58
0.40–1.01
0.60
0.45–0.80
0.70
0.49–1.01
0.38
0.30–0.45
1.15
0.74–2.18
177
81–226
NIP
n = 23
20
87%
8
1.00–14.50
16
70%
0.75
0.50–0.95
0.73
0.51–4.11
0.93
0.60–1.09
0.40
0.35–0.49
1.05
0.65–2.26
216
140–250
TD
n = 32
30
94%
9.75
3.00–16.75
29
91%
0.55
0.40–0.80
0.55
0.45–0.93
0.65
0.46–0.95
0.40
0.30–0.45
0.95
0.63–2.03
125
75–206
PsA
n = 19
18
95%
16
10.50–25.50
18
95%
0.80
0.50–1.53
0.80
0.49–1.00
0.60
0.49–1.04
0.40
0.30–0.43
1.15
0.75–2.58
127
79–208
All patients
n = 99
88
89%
8
2.00–17.50
83
84%
0.55
0.40–0.80
0.55
0.40–0.80
0.65
0.50–0.98
0.35
0.30–0.45
0.90
0.60–1.45
129
80–213
  1. * Interquartile range