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Letters To The Editor

Case Report of Mesial Temporal Sclerosis With Seizures and Psychosis: An Interface Between Psychiatry and Neurology

Padmaja Puppala, MD; Hasit Thakore, MD; and Martha J. Edelman, MD

Published: February 16, 2009

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Sir: Psychiatric disorders can co-occur with seizure disordersbut can also be secondary to structural lesions in thebrain. These lesions are directly responsible for both theepileptic focus and psychiatric symptoms. Psychoses associatedwith seizures are among those of major concern toboth psychiatrists and neurologists.1


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