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Table 3 The patient’s neuropsychological performance raw scores and scaled scores at two weeks after admission (T0), at re-test (T1), and at follow-up (T2)

From: Case report: cognitive performance in an extreme case of anorexia nervosa with a body mass index of 7.7

Instrument Raw scores Scaled scores
T0 T1 T2 T0 T1 T2
WMS-III
 Logical Memory I 62 61 66 16 16 17
 Logical Memory II 42 46 43 17 18 17
 Verbal Paired Associated I 32 32 32 16 16 16
 Verbal Paired Associated II 8 8 8 13 13 13
 Faces I 42 41 45 12 11 15
 Faces II 44 42 45 14 12 15
 Family Pictures I 56 62 59 13 15 14
 Family Pictures II 56 62 39 12 16 8
 Letter-Number Sequencing 11 9 10 10 8 9
 Spatial Span 18 13 16 11 8 10
d2-R
 Processed Targets 426 420 451    
 Errors 3 0 4    
 Accuracy (% errors) 0.70 0.00 0.89    
 Corrected total score 423 420 447    
 Concentration Performance 175 176 185    
WAIS-IV Processing Speed
 Symbol Search 28 28 35 7 8 10
 Symbol Search Errors 3 0 1    
 Coding 65 63 59 10 9 9
 Coding Errors 0 0 1    
D-KEFS
Verbal Fluency Test:       
 Condition 1: Phonemic Fluency 49 60 56 13 16 15
 Condition 2: Semantic Fluency 58 55 62 17 16 19
 Condition 3: Category Switching 17 14 16 14 10 12
 Repetition Errors 2 7 3 10 4 9
 Category Errors 0 0 1 13 13 11
Design Fluency Test
 Condition 1: Filled Dot 10 14 15 10 13 14
 Condition 2: Empty Dots Only 15 12 13 13 11 12
 Condition 3: Switching 8 8 6 10 10 8
 Repetition Errors 0 4 3 13 11 12
 Category Errors 2 2 3 12 12 11
Trail Making Test
 Condition 1: Visual search 23 21 19 9 10 11
 Condition 2: Numbers 55 46 41 3 6 7
 Condition 3: Letters 32 30 36 10 10 9
 Condition 4: Number-Letter 90 79 111 9 10 6
 Condition 4 Errors 0 0 0    
 Condition 5: Motor Speed 31 22 24 10 12 11
  1. D-KEFS scaled scores (in relation to age and total sample): The mean is 10. The standard deviation is 3. 8 to 12 is considered average. 7 or lower is considered below average and 13 or higher above average