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Table 4 Gait performance differences between groups

From: Interference of functional dual-tasks on gait in untrained people with Parkinson’s disease and healthy controls: a cross-sectional study

OutcomesConditionPPgait%95% CI
VelocitySingle−22.03.14 to .29*
Visual−23.88.13 to .30*
Verbal− 25.29.13 to .29*
Auditory−22.04.11 to .27*
Motor−28.86.16 to .32*
Stride lengthSingle−12.60.1 to .25*
Visual−14.09.1 to .26*
Verbal−16.21.12 to .27*
Auditory−13.82.1 to .25*
Motor−20.78.14 to .35*
CadenceSingle−8.485.44 to 13.36*
Visual−5.16.85 to 12.25*
Verbal−6.37.1 to 13.24*
Auditory−4.43−2.1 to 11.72
Motor− 6.92.83 to 14.18*
Double support timeSingle12.38−5.0 to −2.42*
Visual13.37−5.8 to −3.76*
Verbal16.53−7.41 to −3.75*
Auditory11.68−5.21 to −2.33*
Motor13.55−6.26 to −2.73*
Ankle rangeSingle−10.62.23 to 3.60*
Visual−13.36.54 to 4.00*
Verbal−18.131.4 to 4.60*
Auditory−9.10−.15 to 3.45
Motor−23.382.24 to 5.25*
Hip extensionSingle2.84−1.88 to 2.42
Visual−6.13−2.18 to 1.10
Verbal−7.27−2.32 to 1.05
Auditory−6.39−2.21 to 1.11
Motor−10.09−2.5 to .82
Hip flexionSingle−16.491.4 to 7.80*
Visual−12.33.32 to 6.43*
Verbal−15.861.35 to 7.05*
Auditory−11.39.24 to 6.00*
Motor−13.63.67 to 6.61*
Weight-acceptance forceSingle−3.17.29 to 1.06*
Visual−1.80.11 to .89*
Verbal−0.46.10 to .65*
Auditory−0.28.05 to .66*
Motor−1.68.28 to .77*
Midstance forceSingle11.66−1.09 to −.46*
Visual10.75−1.03 to −.39*
Verbal10.03−.92 to −.39*
Auditory8.13−.75 to −.21*
Motor10.57−.96 to −.40*
Braking forceSingle−25.66−.53 to −.18*
Visual−29.35−.51 to −.17*
Verbal−48.10−.64 to −.29*
Auditory−22.93−.43 to −.12*
Motor−34.23−.50 to −.26*
  1. Differences between groups for each condition evaluated from post-hoc analysis are shown with the 95% confidence interval (95% CI). * Indicates significant statistical differences between groups (p < .05). PPgait: Performance of parkinsonian gait (%), negative values mean Parkinson’s disease group had registered lower values in the variable analyzed than the healthy group