Posted by Lorna Myers
on Feb 25th, 2012 in News
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There are a myriad of factors that can affect the prognosis (whether the outcome will be good or bad).
What are some of the factors we know support a good prognosis?
1) The sooner the right diagnosis is made. That avoids the condition becoming chronic and the suffering. But on average patients spend 5-7 years before they obtain the correct diagnosis of PNES.
2) That the diagnosis is reliable. In...