compound hallucinations


compound hallucinations
complex hallucinations, compound hallucinations, synthetic hallucinations
сложные галлюцинации, комплексные галлюцинации, синтетические галлюцинации

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • compound hallucination —    Also known as multimodal hallucination, polymodal hallucination, polysensual hallucination, polysensory hallucination, polysensorial hallucination, intersensorial hallucination, and fantastic hallucination. All these terms are used to denote a …   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

  • childhood and hallucinations —    Hallucinations occurring during childhood have been reported in both clinical and nonclinical populations. Arguably the most intriguing type of hallucination reported in 13 22% of healthy children around 4 years of age, and in about 45% of… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • hearing loss and hallucinations —    The association between auditory hallucinations and severe hearing loss has been known for some time. Not unlike the visual hallucinations within the context of Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS), auditory hallucinations against the background of… …   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

  • 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

  • narcolepsy and hallucinations —    Narcolepsy is also known as narcoleptic syndrome, hypnolepsy, hypnopathy, Gélineau s syndrome, Gélineau s disease, paroxysmal sleep, and sleep epilepsy. The term narcolepsy comes from the Greek words narke (numbness) and lèpsis (attack,… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • quadrantanopsia and hallucinations —    The term quadrantanopsia comes from the Latin noun quadrans (the quarter part of a circle), and the Greek words an (not) and opsis (seeing). It translates as blindness within a quarter of the field of vision . Quadrantanopsia is attributed… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • solar wind and hallucinations —    The term solar wind is indebted to the Latin noun sol, which means sun. It refers to a vast stream of electrically charged atomic particles, consisting mainly of protons and electrons from the Sun s corona, which are continuously flowing… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • atropa belladonna and hallucinations —    Atropa belladonna is known under many names, including belladonna, black cherry, devil s cherries, devil s herb, divale, dwale, dwayberry, great morel, mandragora of Theophrastus, naughty man s cherries, and Solanum lethale. The name Atropa… …   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


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