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Synonyms for hallucination

Synonyms for hallucination

an illusion of perceiving something that does not really exist

Synonyms for hallucination

a mistaken or unfounded opinion or idea

an object perceived during a hallucinatory episode

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In DLB, delusions and auditory hallucinations tended to occur only in those with visual hallucinations.
The recurrence of auditory hallucinations and a persistently low CD57 level in this patient support the concept of chronic infection with B.
In most cases, the severity and frequency of auditory hallucinations decreased more with the real TMS treatment than with sham applications.
The severity of auditory hallucinations decreased by about 40% after 15 sessions of 20-minute treatments in each of three groups.
Legal a involved in the care of those who were recently admitted to hospital reported that patients suffered from dangerous side effects such as visual and auditory hallucinations, cardiac problems, psychosis, paranoia and fits.
He had psychotic symptoms including auditory hallucinations and his behaviour was "disturbed and bizarre".
s (ISC's) Star-P(TM) software, scientists at the Howard Florey Institute, Flinders University and University of Queensland will soon be able to rapidly analyze large magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) datasets that may someday reveal correlations between brain structure and conditions such as ADHD, Alzheimer's, auditory hallucinations and primal urges (e.
Brandon's records indicate that Cox was aggressive, suffering from visual and/or auditory hallucinations, threatening to kill anyone who touched him, and that he had to be placed in four-point restraints.
He continued to suffer delusions and auditory hallucinations and made complaints about neighbours and passersby abusing him.
At higher doses it can cause symptoms such as euphoria, altered time perception, paranoia, dissociation, disorientation, and tactile, visual, and auditory hallucinations, said Dr.
He also described the case of a 32-year-old policeman who developed visual hallucinations, auditory hallucinations, and paranoid delusions after abuse of Actifed (Pfizer, Inc.
Tissue at the brain's surface involved in hearing also showed blood flow gains during auditory hallucinations.
Ruiz (1981) described a migrant agricultural worker with symptoms of auditory hallucinations, possibly resulting from exposure to pesticides and other agricultural chemicals.
Schizophrenia, a chronic disorder that begins in early adulthood, is a devastating disease afflicting 1% of the population across varied geographical regions and is characterized by delusional beliefs, auditory hallucinations, disorganized thought patterns and apathy.
Augustine Iro, defending, said Lafferty had "significant mental health problems" and suffered from auditory hallucinations leading to "highly erratic behaviour".