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Table 5 Correlation analysis between each of Montreal cognitive assessment and age-related white matter changes scales with each of balance and gait variables as well as brain MRI volumetry in subcortical vascular cognitive impairment patients

From: Gait and balance impairments in patients with subcortical vascular cognitive impairment

  MoCA ARWMC
r p value r p value
ARWMC −0.659 0.001*   
Advanced activities of daily living scale 0.640 0.001* −0.735 0.001*
Total cortical volume 0.460 0.014* −0.296 0.126
Total white matter volume 0.613 0.001* −0.703 0.001*
mean cortical thickness 0.789 0.001* −0.742 0.001*
CT, D, midfrequency −0.578 0.001* 0.769 0.001*
CT, D, high frequency −0.581 0.001* 0.604 0.001*
CT, E, midfrequency −0.637 0.001* 0.566 0.002*
CT, E, high frequency −0.658 0.001* 0.769 0.001*
CT, F, midfrequency −0.681 0.001* 0.792 0.001*
CT, F, high frequency −0.769 0.001* 0.853 0.001*
SP, D, midfrequency −0.639 0.001* 0.691 0.001*
SP, D, high frequency −0.680 0.001* 0.624 0.001*
SP, E, midfrequency −0.797 0.001* 0.767 0.001*
SP, E, high frequency −0.826 0.001* 0.811 0.001*
SP, F, midfrequency −0.786 0.001* 0.651 0.001*
SP, F, high frequency −0.791 0.001* 0.753 0.001*
Mean stride length (dual task) −0.219 0.086 0.201 0.304
Mean cadence (dual task) 0.663 0.001* −0.588 0.001*
Mean step width (dual task) −0.702 0.001* 0.614 0.001*
  1. ARWMC age-related white matter changes, CT cancelation time, D eyes open sway-referenced platform, E eyes closed, sway-referenced platform, F eyes open sway-referenced surround and platform, MoCA Montreal Cognitive Assessment scale, SP spectral power
  2. *Significant