A. Ictal stage
1.Head movements:Fixed v/s Side to Side
2. Eyelids:Open v/s Closed
3. Light reflex:Absent v/s Present
4. Corneal touch:No response v/s Guarding response
5. Vocalization:No v/s Yes
6. Tongue injury:Bite on side v/s Bite on tip
7. Limb movements
-7.1 Synchronous:Yes v/s No
-7.2 Continuous:Yes v/s No(with pauses)
-7.3 Typical:Yes(tonic, clonic or both) v/s No
8. Duration:2-3 v/s 3 min but TS may also be prolonged

B. Post-ictal stage
9. Breathing
-9.1 Deep:Yes v/s No)
-9.2 Regular:Yes v/s No
-9.3 Loud:Yes(with snoring) v/s No
-9.4 Duration:5 minutes v/s 1 minute
10. Recall of events:No v/s Yes
11. Confusion:Yes v/s No
12. Headache:Yes v/s No
13. Fatigue:Yes v/s No

A score near to 0 is indicative of ambiguity about whether true seizure or PNES. Nearer the score to +18, higher the chances of it being a true seizure. Near the score to -18, higher the chances of it being a PNES. THIS SCREENING TOOL IS NOT VALIDATED. Ref: Ali S, Jabeen S, Arain A, Wassef T, Ibrahim A. How to Use Your Clinical Judgment to Screen for and Diagnose Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures without Video Electroencephalogram. Innov Clin Neurosci. 2011;8(1):36-42. (v1)+(v2)+(v3)+(v4)+(v5)+(v6)+(v7)+(v8)+(v9)+(v10)+(v11)+(v12)+(v13)+(v14)+(v15)+(v16)+(v17)+(v18)
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