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Table 2 Clinical history among patients of both eventful and non-eventful groups

From: Role of short-term video electroencephalogram in monitoring seizure diagnosis

  Eventful (n = 21)Non-eventful (n = 59)
CountPercentCountPercent
AuraAbdominal pain0011.7
Blurring of vision14.800
Dizziness14.835.1
Headache29.5915.3
Tachycardia0011.7
Vomiting0011.7
No1781.04474.6
Main complaintArrest of movement314.323.4
Eye squeeze14.800
Jerking523.8610.2
Jerking and stiffness942.93966.1
Stiffness314.31220.3
Shift of body sideBilaterally17814983.1
One side4191016.9
Eye situationCannot tell29.5610.2
Closed523.8915.3
Deviated to one side14.835.1
Deviated upwards628.63254.2
Staring733.3915.3
Incontinence during the eventFecal incontinence14.823.4
Urinary incontinence314.32847.5
None17812949.2
MouthDeviation to one side0011.7
Frothy secretion1152.43864.4
Tongue bitten314.3813.6
None733.31220.3
Postictal alertnessAlert29.523.4
Confused628.61220.3
Drowsy314.31423.7
Sleepy1047.63152.5
Family historyPositiveFirst degree314.3711.9
Second degree523.81118.6
Negative1361.94169.5
ConsanguinityPositive942.92339
Negative1257.13661
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