Suzanne Crampton

Learn More
Differentiating psychogenic non-epileptic attack disorder (NEAD) from true epilepsy is difficult. This often results in a misdiagnosis and unnecessary and ineffective treatment. Prolonged EEG/video recording is the most sensitive tool for differentiating NEAD from epilepsy, but is costly and therefore limited in availability. Provocative tests, particularly(More)
Central motor conduction (CMC) studies were carried out in 25 patients with hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP). Responses evoked in the lower limbs by transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex were bilaterally absent in 33% of the patients and, when recordable, were delayed in 75% of cases. Responses in the upper limbs were mostly normal except(More)
  • 1