Psychogenic Seizures — What are They, How Can They be Diagnosed and Treated?

Psychogenic seizures are attacks that may look like epileptic seizures, but are not caused by abnormal brain electrical discharges. Hear the experts explain this confusing disorder, its diagnosis and treatment.

Speakers: Robert Fisher, MD, PhD; John Barry, MD; Andres Kanner, MD, FANA

2 Comments on “Psychogenic Seizures — What are They, How Can They be Diagnosed and Treated?”

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