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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.
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.
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.
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