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Table 5 Existing co-occurring neural and vascular manifestations among the 60 carpenters with neurosensory affection. Bold face denotes the prevalence of each symptom and finding

From: Adverse health manifestations in the hands of vibration exposed carpenters - a cross sectional study

  IPT IPC IPW TDT DBC IGS ISC N C S HS WF PWC MF TC TW 2PD 125 250 VIB
% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %
Symptoms
 Impaired perception of touch (IPT) 30                    
 Impaired perception of cold (IPC) 15 20                   
 Impaired perception of warmth (IPW) 24 8 32                  
 Tendency to drop things (TDT) 13 7 10 22                 
 Difficulty buttoning clothes (DBC) 7 2 4 10 12                
 Impaired grip strength (IGS) 13 4 11 15 7 30               
 Increased sensation of cold (ISC) 24 17 26 17 9 17 67              
 Numbness (N) 15 9 20 13 4 17 35 55             
 Cramp (C) 11 4 11 10 2 7 11 15 20            
 Shaking (S) 7 2 7 9 4 9 11 13 9 17           
 Hand sweat (HS) 11 7 13 12 4 7 20 15 7 9 25          
 White fingers (WF) 7 4 9 3 2 4 13 13 4 4 2 15         
 Pain when cold (PWC) 15 13 15 13 4 9 15 26 9 7 9 9 45        
Clinical findings
 Monofilament! (MF) 20 13 22 17 7 15 52 41 15 15 15 15 35 72       
RollTemp Cold (TC) 11 7 9 10 2 4 11 7 7 0 2 2 7 9 17      
RollTemp Warm (TW) 7 7 7 2 0 2 9 4 2 0 2 0 7 7 4 8     
 Two-point discrimination (2PD) 11 4 9 7 4 11 15 13 4 4 4 7 11 15 2 4 25    
 Vibration at 125 Hz (125) 7 7 9 3 2 30 15 13 2 2 7 7 11 9 0 2 7 17   
 Vibration at 250 Hz (250) 17 13 17 7 2 11 30 26 9 7 13 9 17 17 4 4 7 13 37  
 Vibration at 125 or 250 Hz (VIB) 17 13 20 7 2 11 33 30 9 7 15 11 20 20 4 4 9 17 37 40