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Table 1 Demographic features of the patients a

From: Stereopsis impairment is associated with decreased color perception and worse motor performance in Parkinson’s disease

Demographic features PD patients (n = 45) Controls (n = 50)
Age (yr) (means ± SD) 65.40 ± 9.37 65.48 ± 7.97
Sex (% male) 57.8 44.0
Body mass index (kg/m2) (means) 29.2 28.6
Marital status (ever-married) (n) 40 42
Duration of education (yr) (means) 8.7 7.9
Annual household income (Chinese yuan) (means) 64,320 62,325
H&Y stage (means ± SD) 2.22 ± 0.68 NA
UPDRS part III score (means ± SD) 25.18 ± 13.06 NA
UPDRS total score (means ± SD) 42.47 ± 19.71 NA
TAN (PPT scores) (means ± SD) 34.28 ± 10.12b 49.56 ± 6.50
MMSE score (means ± SD) 27.50 ± 3.09 28.36 ± 2.44
MoCA score (means ± SD) 23.95 ± 5.03 24.64 ± 4.37
Motor disease duration (yr) (means ± SD) 6.60 ± 4.52 NA
Hypertension (n) 8 10
Hyperthyroidism (n) 2 3
Diabetes (n) 9 8
  1. aH&Y, Hoehn and Yahr; MMSE, Mini Mental State Examination; MoCA, Montreal Cognitive Assessment; NA, Not applicable; PD, Parkinson’s disease; PPT, Purdue Pegboard Test; TAN, Total average number of Purdue Pegboard Test scores; UPDRS, Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale. bP = 0.0001.