macropsia hallucinations


macropsia hallucinations
микроптические галлюцинации

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • macropsia —    Also known as macropsy, macroptic vision, megalopsia, and megalopia. The term macropsia comes from the Greek words makros (large) and opsis (seeing). It refers to a visual distortion in which objects and stimuli are perceived as… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • central macropsia —    The term central macropsia comes from the Greek words kentron (centre of a circle), makros (large), and opsis (seeing). It refers to a visual distortion in which objects and stimuli are perceived as disproportionally large, but only in the… …   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

  • 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

  • lysergic acid diethylamide (lsd) and hallucinations —    Lysergic acid diethylamide is known under many names, including LSD, LSD 25, and acid. It is usually classified as a semi synthetic psychedelic substance of the family of ergot alkaloids, as a hallucinogen or an entheogen. The ergo tamine… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • oculomotor macropsia —    A term used to denote a magnification (i.e. an apparent increase in size) of a visually perceived object or stimulus that is attributed primarily to accommodation and divergence of the eyes. It is conceptualized as a * physiological illusion… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Alice in Wonderland syndrome —    Also known as Alice in Wonderland effect, Wonderland syndrome, and syndrome of Alice in Wonderland. The term syndrome of Alice in Wonderland was introduced in or shortly before 1955 by the British psychiatrist John Todd (1914 1987) to denote a …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • flashback, drug related —    Also known as flashback phenomenon. The introduction of the term flashback is attributed to the American psychiatrist Mardi Jon Horowitz (b. 1934). Horowitz used the term in 1969 to denote a return of hallucinations, *illusions, or * sensory… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • De Maupassant, Guy —    (1850 1893)    A French writer considered one of the fathers of the short story who described various types of hallucination in his literary works. It is known that de Maupassant used hallucinogens throughout his adult life, that he suffered… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • migraine aura —    The term migraine comes from the Old English megrim, which is in turn indebted to the Greek noun hèmikranion (meaning half the skull). The introduction of the term hèmikranion is attributed to the classical physician Galen of Pergamum, born as …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • sleep deprivation-induced hallucination —    Also known as sleep deprivation hallucination. The term sleep deprivation refers to the deliberate prevention of sleep. Sleep deprivation may be self induced or induced by others, as in interrogation, torture, or sleep deprivation experiments …   Dictionary of Hallucinations


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