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DEPERSONALIZATION TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY AND PANIC DISORDER

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 Start Page 103 | End Page 108

Abstract

 Background and Objectives: DEPERSONALIZATION is a prevalent symptom in mental disorder, brain-organic disease and substance and drug abuse. It is defined as a recurrent change in self perception. The aim of this study is to explore DEPERSONALIZATION in patients with TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY, PANIC DISORDER and non-patient control group.Methods and Materials: Here we studied the DEPERSONALIZATION level by Cambridge personalization scale in a group of patients with TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY and PANIC DISORDERs. The same study was done in a normal control group.Results: Patients with TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY had a high score of DEPERSONALIZATION level (%35.87), followed by PANIC DISORDER patients (%31.53) and normal controls (%32.61). Conclusion: DEPERSONALIZATION is a common phenomenon in TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY and PANIC DISORDER.

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