Table 1.

Demographic and clinical information for all patients studied

SubjectGenderAge (years)HandednessClinical diagnosisPathologic diagnosisImagingFocusIQ (FSIQ)
1M45LCPS; bitemporalNo pathology obtainedLeft and right mesial temporal lobes83
2F58RCPS; possible generalized epilepsyNo pathologyobtainedLikely generalized80
3F45RCPS; multifocalMultifocal: temporal, parietal, occipitalTemporalAverage
4F65RCPS; temporal lobe epilepsy with two foci: left mesial temporal structures and right subfrontal regionNo pathology obtainedRight subfrontal and anterior temporal101
5F27RRight temporal lobe epilepsyNo pathology obtainedRight hippocampal sclerosisHippocampus, entorhinal cortex, amygdalaAverage
6F32RLeft temporal lobe epilepsyNon-specific gliosisNormalHippocampus, entorhinal cortex, amygdala77
7F23RRight temporal lobe epilepsyType I focal dysplasiaNormalHippocampus, entorhinal cortex,anterior insula86
8F28RRight temporal occipital epilepsyType II focal dysplasiaFocal cortical dysplasia in right fusiformFusiform gyrus, entorhinal cortexAverage
9F50RRight temporal occipital epilepsyNo pathology obtainedNormalRight fusiform gyrus110
  • FSIQ, Full Scale Intelligence Quotient; CPS, Complex Partial Seizures.