Video monitoring during EPC. Myoclonic jerks never abated, even during sleep. Repetitive movements and sensory stimuli exacerbated the myoclonus.
The seizure of Patient 1: the seizure began with several jerks of the body after which her body and limbs became mildly tonic. The fingers on both hands and the lower extremities repeatedly moved in a less synchronous, less rhythmic, and less intense manner. Thereafter, this movement gradually became more synchronized, nearly clonic, but less intense, synchronous, and asymmetric. In the postictal state, the patient gasped with oral automatism.