“The Psychiatric Symptomology of Visual Snow Syndrome” – VSI-Funded Study Published in Frontiers in Neurology

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VSI funded a critical study about the psychiatric symptoms, effects, and ramifications of Visual Snow Syndrome, and its findings have recently become available. “Frontiers in Neurology“ published an article titled, “The Psychiatric Symptomology of Visual Snow Syndrome”.

Objective: To characterise the psychiatric symptoms of Visual Snow Syndrome (VSS), and determine their relationship to quality of life and severity of visual symptoms

Methods: One hundred twenty-five patients with VSS completed a battery of questionnaires assessing depression/anxiety, dissociative experiences (depersonalisation), sleep quality, fatigue, and quality of life, as well as a structured clinical interview about their visual and sensory symptoms.

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