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Before imaging evaluations, four consecutive tests were performed at days 1 and 7 after ischemia in treated and control rats as follows: (a) spontaneous activity (moving and exploring = 0, moving without exploring = 1, no moving = 2); (b) left drifting during displacement (none = 0, drifting only when elevated by the tail and pushed or pulled = 1, spontaneous drifting = 2, circling without displacement or spinning = 3), (c) parachute reflex (symmetrical = 0, asymmetrical = 1, contralateral forelimb retracted = 2), and (d) resistance to left forepaw stretching (stretching not allowed = 0, stretching allowed after some attempts = 1, no resistance = 2).
Evaluation of the effect on motor symptoms of PD using other behavioral testing, such as the cylinder test, forepaw steps test, and rotarod test, is warranted to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the drug effects on behavior.
Rats that were reared in groups and in spacious cages showed an expansion of the forepaw maps in S-I compared to those who were reared alone and in an impoverished environment [146].
An entire forepaw of a Swamp Wallaby Wallabia bicolor was found in one pellet (Table 2) collected on Bourkes Creek, near the township of Emerald, approximately 50 km south-east of Melbourne.
[sup][7]:0 = no deficit; 1 = difficulty of fully extending contralateral forelimb; 2 = reduced grip strength of left forepaw; 3 = mild circling to contralateral side; 4 = severe circling; 5 = falling to contralateral side.
Like the monk, this body gets a scent, but one that goes in a wilder direction--"redolent / As the retractile dewclaw on a lion's forepaw." The lion's anatomy gets that special attention, and the "dew" in it brings in another nature connotation all its own.
A variant of Roger's functional scale was used to assign scores as follows: 0, no functional deficit; 1, failure to extend forepaw fully; 2, decreased grip of forelimb while tail is gently pulled; 3, spontaneous movement in all directions, contralateral circling only if pulled by the tail; 4, circling; 5, walking only when stimulated; 6, unresponsive to stimulation with a depressed level of consciousness; and 7, dead.
Six tests, namely, spontaneous activity, spontaneous movement of four limbs, forepaw stretching, climbing, proprioception, response to whisker stimulation (score 3-18), and adding balance beam test (score 0-4).
The scoring system was based on a 5-point scale system described previously [16]: no neurological deficit, 0; failure to extend right forepaw fully, 1; circling to the right, 2; falling to the right, 3; inability to walk spontaneously and depressed levels of consciousness, 4.
The duration of left forepaw leaving from the bottom was recorded over 15 min divided by 3 times, and the degree of spontaneous pain was evaluated by the duration.
The neurological evaluations were scored on a five-point scale, based on the Zea Longa scale (12): 0, no observable neurologic deficit; 1, failing to extend left forepaw fully; 2, circling to the left; 3, falling to the left; 4, no movement or spontaneous walking and a depressed level of consciousness.
The recorded behavior included jumping, head shake, wet dog shake, forepaw tremor, writhing, walking sniffing, sniffing, penile liking, rearing, chewing, body grooming, face wiping, swallowing, and teeth chattering.