rudimentary hallucination
   The term rudimentary hallucination is indebted to the Latin noun rudimentum, which means first beginning. It is used to denote a type of hallucination that is vague, faint, or otherwise underdeveloped. Traditionally, rudimentary hallucinations are considered prognostically favourable. The term rudimentary hallucination is used in opposition to the term "complete hallucination.
   References
   Parish, E. (1897). Hallucinations and illusions. A study ofthe fallacies ofperception. London: Walter Scott.

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