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Table 1 Comparison of baseline neuropsychological performances in POMS and ADHD

From: Computer-assisted rehabilitation of attention in pediatric multiple sclerosis and ADHD patients: a pilot trial

Cognitive test POMS ADHD P value
SRT- LTS 27.3 (10.1); 24 (9–52) 30.9 (6.8); 28.5 (20–44) 0.1
SRT – CLTR 21.3 (9.1); 21.5 (2–40) 21.9 (8.6); 21 (7–44) 1.0
SPART 21.0 (3.8); 22 (15–25) 19.8 (4.6); 20 (13–30) 0.2
SDMT 22.5 (4.5); 23 (16–29) 17.3 (8.5); 14.5 (8–43) 0.002
Trail Making Test Aa 37.0 (10.6); 37.5 (21–58) 54.0 (23.1); 57 (8–100) 0.02
Trail Making Test Ba 108.1 (68.6); 97.5 (0–233) 182.7 (64.9); 188 (96–333) 0.004
SRT-D 6.0 (2.2); 6 (0–9) 6.7 (2.0); 7 (3–11) 0.5
SPART-D 6.9 (1.2); 7 (5–10) 6.5 (2.3); 5.5 (4–10) 0.2
Tower of Londona 15.7 (5.8); 14 (10–31) 14.7 (10.1); 14 (0–33) 0.7
Cognitive Impairment Index 22.4 (3.1); 22 (19–29) 23.6 (4.2); 24 (16–30) 0.3
CDI 12.9 (6.9); 15 (0–25) 13.4 (7.0); 14.5 (2–25) 1.0
  1. Data are reported as mean (SD), Median (min - max)
  2. Abbreviations: POMS pediatric onset multiple sclerosis, ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, ST specific training, nST non specific training, SRT-LTS Selective Reminding Test Long Term Storage, SRT-CTLR Selective Reminding Test – Consistent Long-Term Retrieval, SRT-D Selective Reminding Test–Delayed, SPART Spatial Recall Test, SPART-D Spatial Recall Test–Delayed, SDMT Symbol Digit Modalities Test, CDI Children’s Depression Inventory
  3. aUnit of measure: time in seconds