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Table 1 Background data of participants (N = 18)

From: Choreographing life-experiences of balance control in people with Parkinson’s disease

ID NoGenderYears since diagnosisEducation aH&Y bMDS-UPDRS cMini BesTest dABC scale (%) eWalk 12 f
1Female2133402460.015
2Male1033462086.90
3Male432401683.116
4Male522311173.125
5Female1032140
6Female432192476.38
7Female23328616.317
8Female731162070.61
9Male212321751.915
10Male1423332264.319
11Male2132321976.314
12Male933231975.623
13Female732182472.525
14Female322221926.328
15Female1133291672.524
16Male103462416.938
17Male1312242883.16
18Female532202588.82
  1. aLevel of education 1 = Junior high school degree, 2 = High school degree, 3 = University degree
  2. bHoehn & Yahr, a five-point disease rating scale, 1 = minimal or no disability and 5 = confinement to bed/wheelchair
  3. cMovement Disorder Society -Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale, part (III), motor disability maximum score 56
  4. dA 14-item clinical test covering 4 components of balance control maximum score 28
  5. eActivities and balance confidence scale, a 16 item self-report questionnaire total score 100%
  6. fThe walk 12 scale, a questionnaire about walking difficulties in everyday life, total score 42