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Quetiapine is indicated for the treatment of bipolar disorder, and has been documented to trigger seizures in the literature [1] [2][3][4] Bipolar disorder; migraines and epilepsy are three prevalent conditions. Co-morbidities often present between two of these conditions[5]


JJ Chen Case Report Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Comorbidity in a Patient with Charles Bonnet Syndrome Case Reports in Psychiatry

Leyla Baysal Kirac, Ibrahim Aydogdu, Ahmet Acarer, Sezin Alpaydin, Fatma Ece Bayam, Habibe Onbasi, Fikret Bademkiran Myoclonic status epilepticus Epilepsy and behaviour case reports

Psychotic disorders represent a relatively rare but serious comorbidity in epilepsy. The first step in managing psychotic symptom in epilepsy is to clarify the clinical context where these symptoms occur, especially if they have a clear relationship with seizure activity or with the antiepileptic treatment

Treatment of psychoses in patients with epilepsy: an update


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