Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) are common occurrences in epilepsy centers [1]. Currently, the diagnosis is often made by neurologists/epileptologists and the treatment is usually offered by psychologists/psychiatrists. But, misdiagnosis and delay in making a definite diagnosis and consequently maltreatment practices are common in these patients [2]. In addition, there is no universally accepted terminology, definition and classification system for this common condition [3,4]. Similarly, pathophysiology and neurobiological underpinnings of PNES are still poorly understood [5,6].

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