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Table 1 Characteristics of included articles

From: A systematic review comparing neurodevelopmental outcome in term infants with hypoxic and vascular brain injury with and without seizures

Year First author Disease Disease Diagnosis N total survivors Died/ lost NS Seizure Diagnosis Normal Adverse Epilepsy Design P/R S/M
2000 C. Sreenan Stroke CT 46 46 0 / 0 42 Clinical and EEG 15 31 21 P M
2007 M.R. Golomb Stroke CT/ MRI 64 61 0 / 3 48 EEG 28 P S
2008 D.Ricci Stroke MRI 31 28 1 / 2 26 EEG 12 16 6 P S
2010 H.J. Lee Stroke MRI 13b 7 0 / 0 5 EEG 4 3 0 R M
2004 S.P. Miller Asphyxia ES
EEG
68 60 8 / 0 29 Clinical mainly 46 14 P S
2009 F. Pisani Asphyxia Sarnat Amiel –Tison
Cer. U.S.
92a 57 0 / 0 18 Video EEG 47 10 3 R S
2009 N. Al-Macki Asphyxia Sarnat
EEG
MRI
40 40 0 / 0 33 EEG 17 23 R S
2009 H.C. Glass Asphyxia MRI 143 77 16 / 67 25 Video EEG 60 17 P S
2013 L.A. Beslow Hemorr. CT MRI 73c 20 1 / 0 12 Clinical and EEG 16 1 1 P M
  1. Disease: brain injury type investigated in study; Disease Diagnose: diagnostic tool/measure/score assessing injury (Cer. US: cerebral ultrasound, MRI: magnetic resonance imaging): ES: encephalopathy score; N total: number of cases in study; Survivors: number of cases survived for follow up, NS: neonatal seizures number of cases; Adverse: adverse developmental outcome; Epilepsy: number of cases with late onset epilepsy; Design P/R: Prospective/Retrospective; S/M: Single-center/Multi-center study. a92 newborns with asphyxia, only 57 infants developed clinical HIE and were followed. btotal number included 13 but 6 preterm infants. ctotal included 73 cases but only 20 perinatal term cases
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