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Explaining dissociative seizures: a neuropsychological perspective

Abstract

Dissociative seizures are common in routine neurological practice and cause considerable morbidity. However, explaining such episodes to patients is rarely straightforward. Taking a neuropsychological perspective, we present a strategy for communicating this diagnosis to both patients and families.

  • dissociative seizures
  • non-epileptic seizures
  • neuropsychology
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