Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2021.
World J Clin Cases. Mar 6, 2021; 9(7): 1720-1727
Published online Mar 6, 2021. doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v9.i7.1720
Table 1 Clinical, laboratory, radiographic and electroencephalogram features
All patients (n = 27)Our patient
Female-male ratio1:2-
Age at onset, yr, mean ( ± SD)56 (± 14)54
Patients with previous known diabetes mellitus, %55.6No
Visual hallucination, %85.2Yes
Headache, %44.4No
Blood glucose, mg/dL, mean ( ± SD) (26/27 patients, one patient’s blood glucose was recorded ≥ 1000)468 (± 159)645
Plasma osmotic pressure, mOsml/L, mean (± SD) (reported for 22/27 patients)312 (± 24)302.8
Brain MRI (reported for 22/27 patients)
Normal, %18.2No
Occipital lobe lesion, %77.3Yes
Decreased T2 signal of the white matter, %63.6Yes
Gyral hyperintensity, %31.8No
Gyral swelling or increasing thickness over the cortex, %27.3No
Restricted diffusion, %36.4Yes
EEG (reported for 25/27 of patients)
Normal, %4No
Slowing activity without epileptiform discharges, %20Yes
Epileptiform discharges,%76No
Patients with visual field returned to normal (reported for 25/27 of patients), %96Yes
Patients seizure-free, %100Yes