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Occipital intermittent rhythmic delta activity (OIRDA) is considered good prognostic factor in typical absences (TA). We report electroclinical evolution in 14 patients with TA and OIRDA, which performed video-EEG. Seven patients were female; 9 had childhood absence epilepsy and the others did not present electroclinical characteristics for syndromic classification according to ILAE's classification (1989). Pyknolepsy was referred to in 13; TA was the only seizure type in 13; one haddoi:10.1590/s0004-282x2006000200004 pmid:16791354 fatcat:lwoafi5xbjggvc5mm3kp3b2g5q