Table 1

Patient characteristics (data as mean and SD) or count (%)
All patients(n = 104)

PD

(n = 53)

APS

(n = 13)

VP

(n = 8)

ET

(n = 11)

DIP

(n = 4)

No parkinsonism

(n = 15)

Mean age in years (SD) 70,3 (9,46) 69,81 (9,74) 70,29 (7,42) 73,71 (1,60) 67,91 (10,38) 67,50 (12,61) 72,44 (11,06)
Men 64% 63% 75% 56% 91% 50% 47%
Mean score UPDRS-III (SD) 15,03 (8,08) 16,88 (6,06) 19,57 (9,94) 18,29 (9,55) 6,82 (3,95) 17,00 (10,86) 8,75 (6,18)
SCOPA-COG >20 (no CI) 55% 58% 67% 38% 82% 25% 60%
SCOPA-COG < =20 (yes CI) 45% 42% 33% 62% 18% 75% 40%
Hamilton < 8 (no depression) 74% 81% 54% 71% 73% 100% 60%
Hamilton > =8 (yes depression) 26% 19% 46% 29% 27% 0% 40%
‘Self-diagnosed’ presence of CI 38% 34% 69% 25% 18% 50% 47%
‘Self-diagnosed’ presence of depression 18% 13% 23% 13% 36% 25% 20%

PD = Parkinson’s disease, APS = atypical parkinsonian syndromes, VP = vascular parkinsonism, ET = essential tremor, DIP = drug induced parkinsonism, UPDRS-III = Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale part III, SCOPA-COG = Scales for Outcomes in Parkinson’s Disease-Cognition, Hamilton = Hamilton Depressing Rating Scale CI = cognitive impairment.

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Bouwmans and Weber BMC Neurology 2012 12:37   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-12-37

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