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Postictal state

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The postictal state is the altered state of consciousness after an epileptic seizure. It usually lasts ... Postictal psychosis (PP) is a rare but serious complication following seizures, characteriz...

Psychosis | Epilepsy Foundation

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In contrast to depressive symptoms, pre-ictal and ictal psychotic symptoms are rare. Ictal psychotic episodes can be the clinical expression of nonconvulsive ...

The psychoses of epilepsy -- TOONE 69 (1): 1 -- Journal of ...

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People who have epilepsy seem particularly liable to certain major psychiatric disorders: a chronic interictal psychosis that closely resembles schizophrenia; and ...

Postictal Psychosis: Common, Dangerous, and Treatable - NCBI

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Postical psychosis often complicates chronic epilepsy, especially in patients with seizure clusters that include tonic–clonic seizures, bilateral cerebral ...

A patient with epileptic psychosis who had rare acute episodic ...

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Aug 19, 2014 ... This is a case report of a 38-year-old woman with temporal lobe epilepsy and epileptic psychoses. The psychoses consisted of three rare ...

Differential Diagnosis of Psychotic Symptoms: Medical “Mimics ...

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Dec 3, 2012 ... Seizures. The link between seizures, particularly temporal lobe epilepsy, and psychosis is well established.<sup>49</sup> Epidemiological studies have ...

Amygdala pathology in psychosis of epilepsy | Brain

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Jan 1, 2002 ... Psychosis of epilepsy (POE) has been recognized as a severe complication of chronic intractable epilepsy for more than a century. Most of the ...

Psychiatric disorders in epilepsy - Epilepsy Society

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Studies have estimated that up to 50% of patients with epilepsy develop psychiatric disorders, the most common being depression, anxiety and psychotic  ...

Epilepsy and Psychosis

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Abstract : This article provides a brief overview of psychosis in epilepsy, the clinical presentation, limbic anatomy and an approach to treatment. Résumé ...

Pharmacological treatment of psychosis in epilepsy - SciELO

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UPDATING. Pharmacological treatment of psychosis in epilepsy. Ricardo Guarnieri<sup>I</sup>; Jaime Eduardo Cecílio Hallak<sup>II</sup>; Roger Walz<sup>I</sup>; Tonicarlo Rodrigues Velasco<sup>I</sup> ...

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Psychiatric Disorders Associated With Epilepsy: Overview, Psychotic ...

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Feb 4, 2016 ... The risk of psychosis in patients with epilepsy may be 6-12 times that of the general population, with a prevalence of about 7-8%; in patients ...

Schizophrenia Versus Epileptic Psychosis

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Schizophrenia Versus. Epileptic Psychosis. To the Editor: The association between epilepsy and schizophrenia-like psychosis has been studied since the.

Psychosis in epilepsy patients. - NCBI

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Epilepsia. 2007;48 Suppl 9:17-9. Psychosis in epilepsy patients. Nadkarni S(1), Arnedo V, Devinsky O. Author information: (1)Department of Neurology, New ...