Suzanne O'Sullivan

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BACKGROUND Diagnosing psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) remains challenging. The majority of 'PNES status' cases are likely to be seen in the emergency department or similar non-specialised units, where patients are initially assessed and managed by physicians of varying expertise in neurology. METHODS 216 participants including medical students(More)
INTRODUCTION Urogenital prolapse is a very common condition in women with a prevalence of 30%. If conservative therapy fails or is not desired by the patient, prolapse repair is usually performed under general or regional anaesthetic. The aim of the study was to evaluate feasibility, efficacy and functional outcome after fascial prolapse repairs under local(More)
INTRODUCTION We sought to determine the percentage of patients undergoing presurgical assessment that had both psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNESs) and epileptic seizures (ESs) captured within our telemetry unit and how this affected progression to surgery and describe eventual outcomes in patients with a history of mixed PNESs/ESs who underwent(More)
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