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A Patient Experiencing Pseudoseizures: A Case Report

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Pseudoseizures are a relatively complex problem of unknown aetiology and prognosis. They can at times resemble genuine seizure attacks but they have no abnormal electroencephalograpic (EEG) activity. Understanding the patient’s unique psychological background appears to be fundamental in managing seizure frequency. Pseudoseizures can be disruptive to a person’s lifestyle, limiting their ability to function and progress in society, particularly when it comes to employment or social interaction. The case discussed involves a 59-year old man who presents with what is believed to be seizurerelated activity but through the course of clinical evaluation, this turned out to be pseudoseizures.

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e-Published: 21 Aug, 2013
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