Table 2.

Electroencephalogram and Clinical Findings

Time EEGEEG
Background
EEG
Seizure
Neonatal Neurological ExaminationOutcome
118 hNNMinimal asymmetry popliteal angle30 m normal
2Day 2NNHypotonia, no asymmetry24 m normal
3Day 2NAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesHypotonia, no asymmetry24 m normal
4nrnrHypotonia, no asymmetry30 m normal
5Day 1NNR-sided hypotonia, thumb abduction28 m normal
6nrnrN18 m normal
7nrnrHypotonia, no asymmetry15 m asymmetry
8Day 3AsymmetricalAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesHypotonia, no asymmetry15 m asymmetry
9Day 2NAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesNormal18 m normal
10Day 1AsymmetricalAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesMild asymmetry3 years hemiplegia
11Day 2NNNormal3 years: developmental delay, no asymmetry
12Day 2NNHypotonia, no asymmetry5 years: normal
13Day 3NNN3 years normal
14Day 3NNN3 years mild delay
15Day 4AsymmetricalAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesHypotonia, no asymmetry18 m hemiplegia
1624 hNAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesMild hypotonia, mild asymmetry3 years asymmetry
17Day 3AsymmetricalBilateral sharp waves/spikesHypotonia, no asymmetry5 years hemiplegia
1814 hNBilateral sharp waves/spikesN2 years normal
1923 hBilateral dysrithmic activitynoAsymmetry5 years hemiplegia
20Day 2NBilateral sharp waves/spikes2 years normal
21Day 2Bilateral discontinuous activityAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesMild hypotonia, no asymmetry18 m: mild hemiplegia
22Day 2NNN2 years: normal
23nrnrHypotonia, no asymmetry12 m normal
24Day 2NAsymmetrical sharp waves/spikesR reduced movements3 years normal
  • Abbreviations: N, normal; nr, not recorded; R, right; m, months.