What Are Visual Hallucinations?
In the broadest sense, a hallucination is a perception without a stimulus. They occur when a person is fully conscious and aware of her surroundings and appear to be vivid and substantial despite not being "real." In other words, a visual hallucination...
Visualedit]. Sometimes internal imagery can overwhelm the sensory input from
external stimuli when sharing neural pathways, or if ...
Have you ever encountered a patient who reported isolated visual hallucinations
but did not have any other symptoms of delirium or psychosis? Have you ...
Visual hallucinations involve seeing things that aren't there. The hallucinations
may ... Mental illnesses are among the most common causes of hallucinations.
While chances are reasonably good that if your loved one is seeing people in her home who are not there, it is a symptom of her dementia, it's important to realize that there are other possible causes as well. In addition to dementia, hallucinations
may occur in deliri... More »
Apr 27, 2015 ... I was leafing through a recent sleep medicine journal when I came upon an
article about a patient with complex nocturnal visual hallucinations.
May 29, 2014 ... In 1760, Bonnet described his eponymous syndrome, in which he documented a
range of complex visual hallucinations that occurred in ...
Aug 6, 2014 ... Visual hallucinations are a clinical manifestation of neuroophthalmologic
dysfunction resulting from a wide variety of underlying etiologies.
Much of the research on visual hallucinations (VHs) has been conducted in the
context of eye disease and neurodegenerative conditions, but little is known ...
Mar 7, 2012 ... Hallucinations involve sensing things while awake that appear to be real, ...
ketamine, and alcohol; Delirium or dementia (visual hallucinations ...