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PNESPines (street suffix)
PNESPsychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures
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In the patients with PNES, significant correlations were obtained between disease duration and the VMPT immediate learning score and Stroop test interference time (r=-0.
In the control group, we determined a significant shortening in the Stroop interference time, although no comparable change was observed in the epilepsy or PNES patient groups (Table 3).
The researchers found that the PNES group was less likely to plan a course of action to counter stressful life events.
Along with seizure symptoms, patients with PNES often have other problematic behaviours and unstable relationships.
PNES have long challenged both psychiatrists and neurologists.
Few data are available about the real incidence of PNES in epileptic patients.
LaFrance and his fellow colleagues from Brown University found decreased levels of serum BDNF in both the PNES and ES groups when compared to the healthy control group.
MD, MPH, director of the division of neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology at Rhode Island Hospital, developed a CBT for PNES treatment manual.