Table 2

EEG and MRI findings in PNH patients

PatientEEG focusSBBNodule locationNodule typeOther malformations (cortical, cerebral, and systemic)
SBB, secondarily bilateral bisynchrony; L, left; R, right; F, frontal; T temporal; FT, frontotemporal; O, occipital; T-O, temporal-occipital; T-P, temporal-parietal; CC, corpus callosum.
Simple1L TNoL F hornunilateral
2L-R FTNoL T hornunilateral
3R FNoR F hornunilateral
4R TNoR T hornunilateral
5R FTNoR O hornunilateral
6normalNoR, L T hornsbilateral symmetric
7L-R TNoR, L T hornsbilateral symmetric
8normalNoR, L T-O hornsbilateral symmetric
Plus9R TYesR T hornunilateralmegacisterna magna, cerebellar vermis hypoplasia, colpocephaly
10R TYesR T hornunilateralmegacisterna magna, cerebellar vermis hypoplasia, CC agenesis, R F dysplasia, R schizencephaly
11R TYesR T-O hornunilateralR T-O subcortical heterotopia and cortical dysplasia
12L FTNoL T hornunilateralL T dysplasia; kidney malformation (ectopia)
13L TNoL T hornunilateralhypoplasia CC, multiple F poroencephalic cysts; L T-P cortical infolding
14L-R FTYesR T-O hornunilateralCC agenesis, R T dysplasia
15R FTYesR, L T hornsbilateral asymmetric R>>LR F-T dysplasia
16R FTYesR, L T-O hornsbilateral asymmetric R>>Lcortical malformation of T-P junction; R T-O polymicrogyria