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Research Article

Cerebral Hemispheric Lateralization Associated with Hippocampal Sclerosis May Affect Interictal Cardiovascular Autonomic Functions in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

Table 1

Demographics and resting autonomic parameters of thirty temporal lobe epilepsy patients with hippocampal sclerosis.

ParametersTLE with left HS ()TLE with right HS ()All patients () values
(mean ± SD)(mean ± SD)(mean ± SD)

Age (years)32.47 ± 9.9032 ± 11.7132.3 ± 10.400.788
Gender (F/M)14/54/718/120.044
Age of onset of epilepsy (years)7.37 ± 4.68.09 ± 6.87.63 ± 5.40.682
Duration of illness (years)25.11 ± 11.7523.91 ± 11.0724.67 ± 11.320.503
HR (bpm)63.63 ± 6.7867.09 ± 9.8064.90 ± 8.040.101
SBP (mm Hg)109.82 ± 10.27115.4 ± 11.13111.87 ±10.760.027
DBP (mm Hg)68.45 ± 12.1173 ± 7.7470 ± 10.780.057
Frequency seizures16 ± 138 ± 512 ± 90.003

Values expressed as mean ± SD. is significant if < 0.05. Student’s -test.
SBP: systolic blood pressure; DBP: diastolic blood pressure; HR: heart rate; HS: hippocampal sclerosis; F: female; M: male.

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