In clinical practice auras are often associated with epilepsy; they are subjective ictal events that may precede a seizure in patients with epilepsy, particularly those with focal epilepsies [1]. On the other hand, psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) comprise of paroxysmal changes in responsiveness, movements, or behavior that seemingly look like epileptic seizures, but lack a neurobiological origin similar to epileptic seizures and are not associated with electrophysiological epileptic changes [2].

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