gustatory hallucinations


gustatory hallucinations
вкусовые галлюцинации

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • gustatory hallucination —    Also known as gustatory phantasma and hallucination of taste. The term gustatory hallucination is indebted to the Latin noun gustus,which means taste. It is used to denote a taste sensation occurring in the absence of an appropriate tas tant.… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • gustatory aura —    The term gustatory aura comes from the Latin noun gustus (taste) and the Greek noun aura (wind, breeze, smell). It used to denote a type of *aura that manifests itself in the form of a *gustatory hallucination or *illusion. The gustatory aura… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • gustatory illusion —    Also known as taste illusion. The term gustatory illusion is indebted to the Latin noun gustus, which means taste. It is used to denote an aberrant taste sensation occurring in the presence of a tastant. The group of gustatory illusions… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • schizophrenia and hallucinations —    The term schizophrenia stems from the Greek words schizein (to split), and phren (nerve, diaphragm, heart). It was introduced in 1908 by the Swiss psychiatrist Paul Eugen Bleuler (18571939) to denote a group of mental disorders displaying… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • inhalants and hallucinations —    The term inhalant comes from the Latin verb inhalare, which means to breathe into. It is used to denote a group of volatile substances used for industrial purposes, and widely misused for their hallucinogenic and other psychoactive properties …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • classification of hallucinations —    Hallucinations are classified in a multitude of ways. As in all classifications, the resulting arrangements are subordinate to the purpose of the classification at hand, and to the guiding principles involved. An implicit purpose of… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • epilepsy and hallucinations —    The term epilepsy comes from the Greek verb epilambanein (to attack). It refers to a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. The introduction of the term epilepsy is generally attributed to the Persian physician and… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • olfactory hallucination —    Also known as phantosmia, phantom smell, and hallucination of smell. The term olfactory hallucination is indebted to the Latin verb ol(e)facere, which means to smell. Using source localization as a guiding principle, olfactory hallucinations… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • simple hallucination —    Also referred to as elementary hallucination. Both terms are used to denote a hallucination of the lowest degree of complexity. In the auditory modality, simple hallucinations are known as * akoasms. Common examples of akoasms are clicking… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Schreber, Daniel Paul — (1842 1911)    A German judge who was hospitalized three times and diagnosed variously with paranoia, dementia praecox, and schizophrenia. Schreber was rehabilitated after the first time he was discharged and reinstated as a judge, but had to be… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • fasting-induced hallucination —    A term used to denote a hallucination evoked or facilitated by fasting. A conceptual distinction can be made between fasting for dietary reasons, anorexic fasting, forced fasting, and ritualistic fasting. In any case, fasting is a powerful… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations


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