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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of participants with Moebius syndrome in experiment 1

From: Children with facial paralysis due to Moebius syndrome exhibit reduced autonomic modulation during emotion processing

Group Age Sex Paralysis Cranial nerves involved Dysfunction IQ
MBS01 11 Female Bilateral Abducens nerve (VI) No lateral eye movements 100
Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy  
Hypoglossal nerve (XII) Fasciculations or atrophy of the muscles of the tongue  
MBS02 11 Female Unilateral left Abducens nerve (VI) No lateral eye movements 110
Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy  
MBS03 11 Male Bilateral Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy 105
Accessory nerve (XI) Ipsilateral weakness in the trapezius muscle  
Hypoglossal nerve (XII) Fasciculations or atrophy of the muscles of the tongue  
MBS04 8 Male Bilateral Abducens nerve (VI) No lateral eye movements 100
Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy  
Hypoglossal nerve (XII) Fasciculations or atrophy of the muscles of the tongue  
MBS05 6 Male Bilateral Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy 100
MBS06 8 Male Bilateral Abducens nerve (VI) No lateral eye movements 110
Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy  
Hypoglossal nerve (XII) Fasciculations or atrophy of the muscles of the tongue  
MBS07 11 Male Unilateral left Abducens nerve (VI) No lateral eye movements 120
Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy  
MBS08 6 Female Unilateral right Abducens nerve (VI) No lateral eye movements 100
Facial nerve (VII) Facial palsy  
Hypoglossal nerve (XII) Fasciculations or atrophy of the muscles of the tongue