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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of pediatric patients

From: Changes in a sensorimotor network, occipital network, and psychomotor speed within three months after focal surgical injury in pediatric patients with intracranial space-occupying lesions

  Value/Ratio Percentage
Age(mean ± SD)(years)* 10.40 ± 2.60  
Gender(male:female) 9:6 60.00%:40.00%
Initial Symptom (Seizure:Headache: Asymptomatic) 12:2:1 80.00%:13.33%:6.67%
Antiepileptic drugs (Taken:Not taken)# 5:10 33.33%:66.67%
Disease (Tumor:Not Tumor) 13:2 86.67%:13.33%
Lesion Location and Lateralization (Left:Right) 10:5 66.67%:33.33%
Location of lesions
 Frontal (Left: right) 9 (5:4) 60.00%
 Parietal (Left: right) 2 (2:0) 13.33%
 Temporal (Left: right) 3 (2:1) 20.00%
 Occipital (Left: right) 1 (1:0) 6.67%
 Lesion size(mean ± SD)(mm3)! 6661.90 ± 7392.71  
 Degree of excision (Gross total:Subtotal) 13:2 86.67%:13.33%
 Follow-up interval(mean ± SD)(days)$ 79.20 ± 51.49  
  1. * Ranging from 6 to 14 years
  2. # Two patients levetiracetam and three valproate
  3. !The minimum of 153.90 mm3 and the maximum of 23,487.20 mm3
  4. $ From the first postoperative day to the follow-up day, ranging from 5 to 154 days