Table 3

Neuroleptic-induced movement disorders patterns for 99 in-patients with schizophrenia.

Presence of activity periods n%

Median amount of activity periods IQ*

Presence of rhythmical activity n%

Median of dominant frequency Hz IQ*

Median of second frequency Hz IQ*

Median of third frequency Hz IQ*

Median of minimal frequency Hz IQ*

Median of maximal frequency Hz IQ*

Median highest value of acceleration peaks IQ*


non-movement disorders n = 32

25

78%

2

1.00–7.63

24

75%

0.50

0.40–0.59

0.43

0.40–0.61

0.55

0.48–0.78

0.33

0.30–0.45

0.65

0.50–0.98

106

57–193

NIA

n = 31

31

100%

13

5.00–22.00

30

97%

0.58

0.40–1.01

0.60

0.45–0.80

0.70

0.49–1.01

0.38

0.30–0.45

1.15

0.74–2.18

177

81–226

NIP

n = 23

20

87%

8

1.00–14.50

16

70%

0.75

0.50–0.95

0.73

0.51–4.11

0.93

0.60–1.09

0.40

0.35–0.49

1.05

0.65–2.26

216

140–250

TD

n = 32

30

94%

9.75

3.00–16.75

29

91%

0.55

0.40–0.80

0.55

0.45–0.93

0.65

0.46–0.95

0.40

0.30–0.45

0.95

0.63–2.03

125

75–206

PsA

n = 19

18

95%

16

10.50–25.50

18

95%

0.80

0.50–1.53

0.80

0.49–1.00

0.60

0.49–1.04

0.40

0.30–0.43

1.15

0.75–2.58

127

79–208


All patients

n = 99

88

89%

8

2.00–17.50

83

84%

0.55

0.40–0.80

0.55

0.40–0.80

0.65

0.50–0.98

0.35

0.30–0.45

0.90

0.60–1.45

129

80–213


* Interquartile range

Janno et al. BMC Neurology 2008 8:10   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-8-10

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