Interictal psychosis can develop as a schizophrenia-like state or be associated
with an affective disorder. The schizophrenia-like psychosis of epilepsy, which is
Epileptic Psychosis. To the Editor: The association between epilepsy and
schizophrenia-like psychosis has been studied since the. 19th century, but many
People who have epilepsy seem particularly liable to certain major psychiatric
disorders: a chronic interictal psychosis that closely resembles schizophrenia;
Studies have estimated that up to 50% of patients with epilepsy develop
psychiatric disorders, the most common being depression, anxiety and psychotic
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 ...
Apr 14, 2014 ... Cite this article: Weisholtz DS, Dworetzky BA (2014) Epilepsy and Psychosis. J
Neurol Disord Stroke 2(3): 1069. Review Article. Epilepsy and ...
Dec 3, 2012 ... Seizures. The link between seizures, particularly temporal lobe epilepsy, and
psychosis is well established.<sup>49</sup> Epidemiological studies have ...
Abstract : This article provides a brief overview of psychosis in epilepsy, the
clinical presentation, limbic anatomy and an approach to treatment. Résumé ...
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
ABSTRACT - We report a case of a female patient with refractory complex partial
seizures since 15 years of age, recurrent postictal psychotic episodes since 35 ...