hallucinosis


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a mental state in which the person has continual hallucinations

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First, although the research indirectly measured the duration of alcoholinduced psychiatric symptoms (within the first year; after the first year and up to the fifth year; or over 5 years) and whether or not patients had alcoholic hallucinosis, objective measures to assess the degree of alcohol dependence and the severity of psychiatric symptoms among the study participants was lacking.
In a brief and thoughtful essay considering Kusama's hallucinosis, psychoanalyst Juliet Mitchell arrives at a similar double dynamic: examining the iconography of a series of drawn, painted, and written self-portraits to probe for the consistency of traumatic resonance, Mitchell finds there the legible residue of trauma but also the illegible marks of vast cultural difference.
According to Mesa Cid (1999: 103), there are three basic types of hallucinatory experience: sensitive hallucination, hallucinosis, and pseudo-hallucination (or psychic hallucination).
Musical hallucinosis in acquired deafness: phenomenology and brain substrate.
Levin (63) in 1948, described four varieties of bromide psychosis: chronic brain syndrome from chronic bromism, delirium, schizophrenia, and hallucinosis.
The withdrawal may bring delirium, hallucinosis, seizures, or tremor.
Visual hallucinations have been reported in a variety of pathological states, including Charles Bonnet Syndrome (visual hallucinations of the blind), migraine headache, Lewy body dementia, Parkinson's disease, narcolepsy, delirium tremens, schizophrenia, use of hallucinogenic drugs, and peduncular hallucinosis (Manford & Andermann, 1998).
Antipsychotic agents, particularly the newer atypical ones, are widely used in treating Parkinsonian hallucinosis.
The prevalent diagnoses at discharge were categorized as schizophrenia and related disorders (28 percent); organic disorders, including organic hallucinosis, organic delusional disorder, and organic personality disorder (21 percent); adjustment disorders (16.