Table 1: Characteristics of patients with Chiari I malformation and epilepsy.
|Gender||Age at CM-I diagnosis||Age at onset of seizures||Presenting Symptoms||Type of seizure||EEG pathology||Outcome||Tonsillar herniation (in millimeters)||Associated symptoms|
|F||5 days||5 days||Muscle relaxation and blue lips||Absence||Abnormal graph in anterior and posterior left quadrant and homologous area||Patient continuing Oxcarbazepine treatment, asymptomatic||9||Cortical dysplasia,|
|M||3 years||3.5 years||Headaches||Headaches||Centrotemporal left pathology||Patient started on phenytoin which was sequentially stopped||6||Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|
|M||4 years||4 years||Focal epilepsy||Focal epilepsy||Left frontal epileptic source in F7, F3 FP1||Patient started on phenytoin which was sequentially stopped||6||None|
|M||1 month||1 month||Born with fetal distress at gestational age 35 weeks||Absence and myoclonal epilepsy||General epileptic activity||Patient is currently treated with phenytoin||6||Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|