HALLUCINATIONS

  • Obnoxious smell and hallucination is seen in Temporal lobe lesion
  • Reflex hallucination is a morbid variety of Synanaesthesia
  • Hallucination is a vivid sensory perception
  • Hallucination occurs in inner subjective space
  • Hallucination occurs in the absence of perceptual stimulus
  • Gustatory hallucinations are most commonly associated with Temporal lobe epilepsy
  • Characteristic of alcohol withdrawal Hallucination
  • Hallucination is disorder of Perception
  • Formed visual hallucinations are seen in lesion of Temporal
  • Hallucinations which occur at the 'start' of sleep is Hypnagogic hallucinations
  • Hallucinations are seen in Schizophrenia, Seizure due to Intracerebral space occupying lesion & LSD
  • Visual hallucinations is seen in Alcoholism
  • Auditory hallucinations are seen in Schizophrenia, Mania & Amphetamine toxicity
  • Olfactory hallucinations are seen in Temporal lobe epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease & Mesial temporal sclerosis
  • Visual hallucinations are seen in Hebephrenic schizophrenia
  • Visual hallucinations without auditory hallucinations is seen in Organic brain damage
  • The presence of delusion, hallucination and disturbed cognitive functions indicate Organic Brain Syndrome
  • A patient semiconscious with altered sensorium with visual hallucination and fragmented delusions is suffering from Delirium
  • Hallucinations are seen after Ketamine anaesthesia 
  • MC hallucination in Schizphrenia is Auditory
  • 3rd person hallucinations are characteristic of Schizophrenia
  • A mentally ill person smells unpleasant odor when none is present. This is an example of Hallucination
  • Visual hallucinations are most commonly seen in Delirium
  • An addicted patient presenting with visual and tactile hallucinations, has black staining of tongue and teeth. The agent is Cocaine
  • Hypnogogic hallucinations are seen in Narcolepsy
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