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The rating on each item should be independent of ratings of other items. H. Mauritz et al. / stage B consciousness disturbed, frequent complications and emergencies; basic stimulation. (apallic state) " stage C limited cooperation; dependent in ADLs; = early phase of rehab stage F permanent dependency; continuous care with limited rehab therapy to preserve status quo ""- s tage 0 with help in most ADLs independent; cooperative wide spectrum rehab therapy stage E outpatient rehab; vocational and social rehab measures Fig.
Tone Fig. 8. Tone LIE U/E Fig. 11 . Position Fig. 10. Superficial U/E U/E of the digits but not the correct direction, even at maximal excursion. When the patient can correctly perceive the direction of a moderate excursion, the score is 2. A score of 3 means that the patient can correctly identify the direction of a slight movement (Figs. 11 and 12). Range of Motion Because the shoulder and the ankle are the major joints that most readily develop contractures, these are the target joints to be examined for range of motion (ROM).
905). 763). Table 2. Spearman's rank correlation coefficients between motor impairment measured using different scales and walking ability (n = 65). SIAS Proximal LIE (hip) (knee) Distal LIE MMT Hip flexion Knee extension Ankle dorsiflexion Brunnstrom stage LIE LIE, lower extremity. 763 0 0 • • 10 10 39 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 SIAS distal upper extremity test 10 20 affected-side grip strength 30 (kg) b Fig. 2a,b. Relationship between motor impairment and upper extremity function (n = 99). a Relationship between SIAS finger test and upper extremity function score.