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Transpersonal Psycheidetic Seizure Disorder: Difference between revisions

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Niide remains faithful to his original position: Psi abilities do not exist, and any experience of another's consciousness must necessarily result in profound neurological dysfunction ([[Niide's hypothesis]]). This has led to further controversies over the prognosis and treament of the condition.
 
==Etiology==
 
The etiology of Psycheidetic Epilepsy is unknown. Niide has conjectured that it is an acquired disorder of the mirror neuron system, but no more than that.
 
==Diagnosis==
 
==Treatment==
 
Treatment is symptomatic, therefore aimed at suppressing seizures. Patient contact with the co-patient must be immediately curtailed.
 
The initial seizures of psycheidetic epilepsy have proven to be refractory to all [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticonvulsant anticonvulsant drugs] other than [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbiturate barbiturates]. The bleak prognosis for the disease is exacerbated by the possibility of barbiturate dependence in the early stages of treatment.
 
===Prognosis===
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