Table 1

Clinical features in PNH patients

PatientAge (y)/sexNeurological findings*Age (y) at seizures onset†Seizures type†Seizure frequency mean (SD) (seizures/y)‡Drug response
Simple PNH compared with plus PNH: *p = 0.041; †p<0.001; ‡p<0.002. PSG, partial secondarily generalised; PC, complex partial; PS, simple partial; TC, tonic-clonic; TON, tonic; SF, seizures free.
Simple124/F19PSG3.8 (4.4)<50%
231/F17PSG9.8 (12.6)SF
326/M19PSG7.4 (5.6)<50%
429/M19PC14.8 (17.7)<50%
528/Mdyslexia19PSG1.2 (2.1)SF
628/F21PSG5.3 (5.6)SF
731/F18PC8.0 (17.8)>50%
824/F22PSG3.0 (3.5)>50%
Plus948/F14PC/DROP47.0 (33.5)>50%
1027/Mpsychomotor retardation, behaviour disturbances9PSG/DROP199.5 (178.9)SF
1133/M3PC/DROP117.8 (88.8)>50%
1227/Fpsychomotor retardation, dysmorphisms2PC30.7 (78.8)<50%
1323/Mpsychomotor retardation1PS/TON6.7 (4.9)SF
1415/Mpsychomotor retardation, dysmorphisms1TC/DROP165.7 (113.2)<50%
1530/Fmild psychomotor retardation2PS/DROP/TON79.3 (45.2)<50%
1642/Mpsychomotor retardation, left hemiparesis2PC/DROP/PSG293.3 (132.8)<50%