Table Chronological, clinical, ictal, and EEG data

Case No/SexAge (y) atSeizuresEEG localisation
Last FUOnsetLast SeizureNumberSleep/ AwakeFree (y)Ictal symptoms in sequenceDuration (mins)
1M148.58.51Sleep5.5V-LOC-stiffness
5Right central spikes and GSSES
2M165.562Sleep10LHC-V-LOC-flaccid-IU
30Right central spikes and GSSES
3F1344.52Sleep8.5LHC-OPS-V-salivation-speech arrest
10Midline (Pz) spikes
4M1951050Sleep9ED-V-LOC-LHC,  postictal HP
4Midline (Cz and Pz) spikes
5M14563Sleep9ED-V-speech arrest
15Left frontal spikes
6M63.53.51Sleep2.5V-ED-LOC-GC status
5Photoparoxysmal spike-slow wave
7M6243Sleep2ED-V-LOC-RHC, postictal HP
5Normal
8M23661Awake17Dizziness-speech arrest -V-P-GTCS5Normal
9M1511111Sleep4V-LOC-RHC
30Normal
Mean145.66.67.17.412.1
SD5.52.72.716.14.610.7
Median1456285
Maximum231111501730
Minimum624124
  • FU=Follow-up; V=vomiting; LOC=loss of consciousness; LHC or RHC=left (L) or right (R) sided clonic convulsions; IU=incontinence of urine, ED=deviation of the eyes, P=pallor; GSStatus=generalised convulsive status epilepticus; OPS=oropharyngolaryngeal symptoms; HP=hemiparesis; GSSES=giant somatosensory evoked spikes.