Skip to main content

Table 3 Demographic characteristics of children over 6 years old during follow-up

From: Childhood ischaemic stroke in the basal ganglia can lead to fine motor and anxiety disorders: a retrospective analysis and follow-up of 109 cases

Demographic characteristics
Characteristic Caudate head Lenticular nucleus Thalamus
n 15 43 28
Male, n (%) 9 (60.0) 26 (60.5) 18 (64.2)
Follow-up age, n (%)
 6–12 years 10 (66.7) 22 (51.2) 20 (71.4)
 13–18 years 5 (33.3) 19 (44.2) 8 (28.6)
 19 years 0 2 (4.6) 0
Parent’s age range (years) 32–57 30–61 29–58
Parent’s education, n (%)
 Elementary school or less 1 (6.70) 1 (2.30) 1 (3.60)
 Junior high school 4 (26.70) 10 (23.30) 7 (25.00)
 High school 5 (33.30) 15 (34.90) 9 (32.10)
 College/university or above 5 (33.30) 17 (39.50) 11 (39.30)
Occupation, n (%)
 Unemployed 2 (13.30) 7 (16.30) 4 (14.30)
 Working-class jobs 6 (40.00) 18 (41.80) 11 (39.30)
 Professional, managerial, or technical position 7 (46.60) 18 (41.80) 13 (46.40)