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Table 1 Demographics and characteristics of the children with FS accompanied with abnormal EEG

From: Intermittent oral levetiracetam reduced recurrence of febrile seizure accompanied with epileptiform discharge: a pilot study

  Gender Visiting age, (months) FS frequency before enrollment Onset age, (months) Type of seizures Presentation of seizure Classification of foci of epileptiform discharges Family convulsion history Lost Compliance Febrile episode Seizure episode Developed epilepsy
1 male 31 5 19 simple \ Fronto-central area Grandmother with FS No Yes 3 0 No
2 male 20 2 15 simple \ Fronto-central area No No Yes 0 0 No
3 male 40 4 18 simple \ Frontal area Mother and uncle with FS Yes Yes \ \ \
4 male 54 3 3 simple \ Frontal area No No Yes 0 0 No
5 male 28 6 11 simple \ Fronto-centro-temporal area No No Yes 0 0 No
6 male 19 3 16 simple \ Fronto-central area Mother with FS No Yes 3 0 No
7 male 19 5 11 complex Duration longer than 15 min Generalized spikes Father and mother with FS No Yes 3 0 No
8 female 43 3 33 complex Repeated convulsions within 24 h; Duration longer than 40 min Generalized spikes No Yes Yes \ \ \
9 male 48 4 12 simple \ Frontal area Uncle with FS No Yes 1 0 No
10 male 52 3 5.5 complex Focal seizure activity; Duration longer than 30 min Frontal area Father with FS Yes Yes \ \ \
11 female 32 2 27 simple \ Generalized spikes No No Yes 1 0 No
12 female 60 7 10 complex Duration longer than 15 min Generalized spikes Father with FS No Yes 2 0 No
13 male 32 3 22 simple \ Central area Uncle with FS No Yes 1 0 No
14 female 53 10 29 simple \ Generalized spikes No No Yes 3 0 No
15 male 48 3 19 simple \ Frontal area Mother with FS No Yes 2 0 No
16 male 76 3 52 complex Focal seizure activity Generalized spikes Mother with FS No Yes 1 0 No
17 male 49 4 37 simple \ Generalized spikes No No Yes 0 0 No
18 male 69 6 24 complex Repeated convulsions within 24 h Parieto-occipito-temporal area Cousin with epilepsy No Yes 2 0 No
19 male 24 2 20 simple \ Centro-parietal area No No Yes 4 0 No