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Table 1 Classifications of patients and types of myoclonus (N = 50)

From: Electrophysiological characteristics and anatomical differentiation of epileptic and non-epileptic myoclonus

Myoclonus types Number (%)
1-Epileptic myoclonus
 Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy 19 (38%)
 Progressive myoclonic epilepsy 10 (20%)
2-Non-epileptic myoclonus
 Post-hypoxic myoclonus 2 (4%)
 Post-ischemic stroke myoclonus 2 (4%)
 Hepatic 6 (12%)
 Chronic kidney disease 6 (12%)
 Drug-induced myoclonus 5 (10%)
 Total number 50 (100%)