- monocular complex hallucination
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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monocular hallucination — Also known as monocular complex hallucination. Both terms are indebted to the Greek monos (only) and the Latin oculus (eye). The term monocular hallucination was introduced in or shortly before 1936 by the Swiss neurologist Georges de Morsier… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
delirium tremens — Also known as shaking delirium and Saunders Sutton syndrome. The term delirium comes from the Latin verb delirare, which means to go off the furrow, to derail. The adjective tremens is Latin for trembling or shaking. The expression delirium… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
Aura (symptom) — For other uses, see Aura (disambiguation). Migraine with aura (classical migraine) Classification and external resources ICD 10 G43.1 ICD 9 … Wikipedia
migraine aura — The term migraine comes from the Old English megrim, which is in turn indebted to the Greek noun hèmikranion (meaning half the skull). The introduction of the term hèmikranion is attributed to the classical physician Galen of Pergamum, born as … Dictionary of Hallucinations