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Table 3 Postoperative clinical features of 106 adults with unilateral thalamic tumors

From: Surgical resection of unilateral thalamic tumors in adults: approaches and outcomes

Clinical featurea Change of myodynamic muscle strength level No. of patients (%)
Motor   
 Improved   15 (14.2)
  1 grade 5 (4.7)
  2 grades 3 (2.8)
 No change   68 (64.1)
 Deteriorate   23 (21.7)
  1 grade 7 (6.6)
  2 grades 8 (7.5)
  3 grades 5 (4.7)
  4 grades 3 (2.8)
Sensory   
 Improved   17 (16)
 No change   73 (68.9)
 Deteriorate   16 (15.1)
Visual function   
 Improved   25 (23.6)
 No change   75 (70.8)
 Deteriorate   6 (5.7)
ICP   
 Improved   60 (56.6)
 No change   40 (37.7)
 Deteriorate   6 (5.7)
Othersb   
 Improved   30 (28.3)
 No change   60 (56.6)
 Deteriorate   16 (15.1)
  1. aCompared to preoperative clinical features, when the patients were discharged
  2. bOther symptoms included speech disorder, involuntary movement, spasticity, seizures, and behavioral problems. Lines in bold indicate total number of patients in that group