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79 Possible Causes for Deja Vu, Tinnitus

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  • Anxiety Disorder

    Abstract Selective mutism (SM) is classified in DSM-5 as an anxiety disorder. The aim of the study was to investigate the psychological features of children with SM and their parental psychological profiles, compared to generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) children and their parents. The parents of 26 preschool[…][]

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    I started having reoccuring instances when I would feel an intense deja vu and experience hallucinations, hear voices, but wouldn't remember anything afterwards.[] “If you’re experiencing hearing loss from one side or a constant ringing sensation, known as tinnitus, you’ll want to make an appointment with your doctor, who can determine[] Metallic taste, always on the left side of my mouth, deja vu, and sometimes a little disorientation. The visuals, yes, thats part of it.[]

  • Migraine

    A middle-aged man presented with intermittent episodes of a brief sensation of explosion in the head, visual flashing, vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, confusion, ataxia,[] In addition to somatosensory symptoms, she eventually presented with tinnitus, cutaneous allodynia, and phantosmia, each of which was temporally associated with episodes of[] For the past year, she experienced severe migraines with right-sided fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss, tinnitus, and aural fullness.[]

  • Brain Stem Neoplasm

    vu Pituitary gland headaches loss of vision (often peripheral vision) nausea or vomiting erection problems less interest in sex thyroid and other hormone changes Brain stem[] Symptoms include loss of balance, tinnitus, total hearing loss, facial pain or numbness, and headache. Surgery is the standard treatment.[] Tinnitus, a buzzing or ringing sound, may also be present; other symptoms are also possible.[]

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    […] sensations (which may include a rising or "funny" feeling under your breast bone or in the area of your stomach ) Hallucinations (including sights, smells, tastes) Vivid deja[] Menières sygdom er den der betegner et indre øre tilstand, der består af tilbagevendende, spontane episoder af tinnitus (en ringetone eller støj i øret, når ingen udvendig[] Epigastric sensations, fear, deja vu or olfactory hallucinations are forms of aura that are encountered in these patients and are quite common.[]

  • Epileptic Aura

    Here are a few examples: smell of burning rubber, numbness, nausea, butterflies in the stomach, Deja vu, Jamais vu, feeling of unreality, objects appear larger or smaller[] […] lobes, or both, followed by headache. 15-17 Common neurological symptoms of aura include visual symptoms of mainly bilateral blurring or blindness, dizziness, vertigo and tinnitus[] Deja Vu as a Brain Event Déjà vu is a common prodrome, an eerie feeling of "having been here before."[]

  • Thickened Earlobes-Conductive Deafness Syndrome

    SYNCOPE and LOSS of CONSCIOUSNESS: SEIZURES: Types of Seizures: Complex Partial Seizures: Patients commonly have feelings of fear or deja vu associated with complex partial[] While exact numbers are difficult to determine, the American Tinnitus Association estimates that 70% of tinnitus is due to hearing loss.[] Learn More About Topic Tinnitus Over 50 million Americans have experienced tinnitus, or ringing in ears, which is the perception of sound without an external source being[]

  • Bilateral Conductive Hearing Loss

    vu” și „jamais vu”.[] A diagnostic hearing test and tinnitus assessment should be the first step in an audiological evaluation of tinnitus, since about 90 percent of tinnitus cases occur with hearing[] Do you also have tinnitus?[]

  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    A common symptom is the experience we all know as deja vu, when we are convinced we have been somewhere or witnessed something before.[] Auditory-vestibular Auditory-vestibular cortex involvement appears as a hallucination of sound (tinnitus) and vertigo with or without generalization.[] My seizures cause me to see "auras" (which is really scary-the first time I saw a "dead" person, freaked me out), I get amnesia, I become confused, have deja vu, I sometimes[]

  • Focal Seizure

    vu or hallucinations.[] Auditory-vestibular Auditory-vestibular cortex involvement appears as a hallucination of sound (tinnitus) and vertigo with or without generalization.[] An aura is actually a focal seizure with retained awareness and is experienced as peculiar sensory or experiential phenomenon (such as deja vu).[]

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