Table 2


Diagnosis based on your own judgment
1If you were the attending physician, would you consider this episode to be an epileptic seizure, irrespective of the criteria presented in table 1?
2If you answered no, your diagnosis of the event is:
3If you answered yes, how would you classify the seizure?
(a) simple partial
(b) complex partial
(c) generalised with partial onset
(d) generalised without partial onset
(e) equivocal generalised or partial
Diagnosis with use of previously defined criteria
4Do you think the history of the event satisfies the descriptive criteria listed in table 1?
5If you answered yes, which category is applicable? (answer one or more)
A1 / A2 / A3 / A4
B1 / B2
C1 / C2 / C3 / C4 / C5 / C6
6Do you consider the seizure had a partial onset/partial characteristics?
Diagnosis as a panel
After your diagnosis and classification, your panel will discuss the case to reach a final common decision about the questions 4, 5, 6. After this, you will receive the results of the physical examination, EEG, imaging study, and other additional investigations.
7If your panel diagnosed the event as an epileptic seizure, the aetiology according to this panel is:
(a) idiopathic
(b) remote symptomatic
(c) acute symptomatic
(d) associated with mental retardation
(e) equivocal
8Are you able to classify the type of epilepsy according to the ILAE classification, knowing the results of the additional investigations?