Hallucination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A visual hallucination is "the perception of an external visual stimulus where none exists". Alternatively, a visual illusion is a distortion of a real external stimulus.
What Are Visual Hallucinations? (with pictures)
Visual hallucinations are visual sensations which are distorted in nature or outright false, occurring with no stimulus to explain the visions.
Visual Hallucinations: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment
What Causes Visual Hallucinations? Numerous hypotheses have been suggested to explain the genesis of visual hallucinations. These have been summarized and categorized ...
Visual release hallucinations - Wikipedia, the free ...
Visual release hallucinations, also known as Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS), is the experience of complex visual hallucinations in a person with partial or severe ...
Causes of Visual hallucinations - RightDiagnosis.com
This section discusses 55 medical conditions causing Visual hallucinations. A simple discussion of these causes with additional information is below.
visual hallucinations - MSWorld | Patients Helping Patients
Has anyone had visual hallucinations & if so do you know what causes them? Can you describe what they're like? Do they go away when you close your eyes?
Visual hallucinations in the elderly. - National Center ...
1. Gerontology. 1997;43(5):255-60. Visual hallucinations in the elderly. Paulson GW. Visual hallucinations, without auditory hallucinations and in the elderly, are ...
Visual hallucinations - RightDiagnosis.com - Right Diagnosis
List of 55 disease causes of Visual hallucinations, patient stories, diagnostic guides. Diagnostic checklist, medical tests, doctor questions, and related signs or ...
Charles Bonnet Syndrome - Visual Hallucinations - YouTube
An interview with May Orr, a member of The Macular Disease Society about her experience of visual hallucinations. Call our Helpline on 0845 241 2041. www ...
Senses and Non-Sense: 7 Odd Hallucinations
Here is a look at seven odd hallucinations, which show that anything is possible when the brain takes a break from reality. 1. Alice-in-Wonderland syndrome