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Author Credentials

Sammar Atassi, MD Katherine Atassi, PhD, RN

DOI

10.33470/2379-9536.1268

Abstract

Cataplexy is frequently misdiagnosed as pseudo seizures. This case study about a young patient shows the necessary steps needed to accurately diagnose and treat cataplexy as well as understand the differences between narcolepsy Type I and Type II.

Conflict(s) of Interest

The authors have no financial disclosures to declare and no conflicts of interest to report.

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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
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