Nonepileptic seizure

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Nonepileptic Seizures (NES), also known as Pseudoseizures or Nonepileptic Attack Disorder (NEAD), involves seizure-like symptoms which are not caused by Epilepsy. They do not always have a known cause, although some are caused only by a psychological problems. They are real events, and are more common in people who have Epilepsy.[1][2]

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Functional movement disorder

Conversion Disorder

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