This case study outlines a patient who had an unclear diagnosis with anxiety, depression, and possible PTSD symptoms. Dr. Katherine Standley evaluated the 23-year-old woman who would have episodes where she had muscle weakness and lower extremity spasms.

Many of her tests came back unremarkable despite numerous hospital visits. As a result, the patient was scheduled for a 48 hour in-home video EEG study when anti-epileptic medications worsened her symptoms.

Psychogenic_Non-Epileptic_Attacks_in_PTSD_Patient_Standley.pngIn our free case study, you will also learn:

  • Why regular routine EEG wasn’t enough
  • The methodology behind the AEEG in-home study
  • Audio and Video capture in sync with electroencephalogram showing EEG activity
  • How the diagnosis was adjusted due to the AEEG

Here at RSC, we are joint commission accredited and advocate friendly service, quick turnaround time and better diagnostic yield in your noncritical patients. Routine EEGs and MRIs often miss events and can cost your patients a proper diagnosis: contact us today in order to see the potential of AEEG.

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