Table 1.

Clinical data of TLE patients with AHS and autopsy cases used in this study

PatientAgeSexOnsetDurationFrequencySeizure
TLE group 1 (for ISH)I117M143Not knownSPS, CPS
I216M4.511.53–4/monthSPS, CPS
I332F2302–3/monthSPS, CPS
I453M3815Not knownSPS, CPS
I531M229Not knownCPS, sGS
I639F1.537.52–8/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
I743M3583–4/monthSPS, CPS
I857F750Not knownSPS, CPS
I933F20135/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
I1044F6363/monthCPS
I1118M2162–3/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
I1244M6382–3/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
I1340M30106–10/yearSPS, CPS, sGS
I1434M4302–3/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
I1552F8443–4/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
TLE group 2 (for PCR)P127F13141–3/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
P229M1.527Not knownSPS, CPS, sGS
P341F18236–7/monthSPS, CPS, sGS
P432M8242/weekSPS, CPS, sGS
P522F11112/weekSPS, CPS
P638M830Not knownSPS, CPS
P737FNot knownNot knownNot knownNot known
Autopsy group 3A124M
A233F
A334M
A448M
A519F
A65M
A735M
  • Groups indicate the patients and cases used for ISH and PCR experiments. Age represents the age of the patients at surgery (TLE) or death (autopsy). Onset refers to the age at which a first epileptic seizure was documented. Duration indicates the duration of the epileptic disorder in years. Frequency indicates the frequency of seizure attacks, and seizure indicates the type of seizure (SPS, single partial seizure; sGS, secondary generalized seizure). M, Male; F, female.