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94 Possible Causes for Jamais Vu

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    Symptoms Hallucinations: hearing of sounds, vertigo, visual hallucinations and illusions, déjà vu, jamais vu Motor seizures: hand automatisms, grimacing, clonic movements[] […] or jamais vu – a sense of familiarity or unfamiliarity respectively).[] Psychic phenomena: Feeling of déjà vu (familiarity) or jamais vu (unfamiliarity).[]

  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    ), or strangely unfamiliar (jamais vu).[] Conversely, some people find very familiar things become unrecognisable - jamais vu.[] […] taste, sound, or visual disturbance, an unexplained feeling of fear or anxiety, or a sense that everything seems strangely familiar, like it has all happened before (déjà vu[]

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    - or jamais vu-like sensations (King and Ajmone-Marsan 1977, Palmini and Gloor 1992, Van Buren 1963), olfactory or gustatory hallucinations.[] Clinical symptomatology (Kotagal et al. 1995) includes typical auras (the abdominal aura often commonly described as an “epigastric rising sensation” is commonest), fear, déjà vu[]

  • Confusion

    […] uncertainty as to direction distraction mental turmoil daze , fog , haze confusion characterized by lack of clarity half-cock confusion resulting from lack of preparation jamais[] vu the experience of being unfamiliar with a person or situation that is actually very familiar; associated with certain types of epilepsy bafflement , befuddlement , bemusement[]

  • Tussive Syncope

    […] or jamais vu; two points each were deducted for any reported presyncope, loss of consciousness with prolonged standing or sitting, or diaphoresis prior to an episode.[] […] report of abnormal behavior, loss of consciousness with emotional stress, post-ictal confusion, head turning to one side during loss of consciousness, or prodromal deja vu[]

  • 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[] The aura can manifest in certain people as a feeling of deja vu – where people or places appear strangely familiar; or its opposite, jamais vu – where people or situations[] Psychic/cognitive phenomena Patients may have a feeling of déjà vu or jamais vu, a sense of familiarity or unfamiliarity, respectively.[]

  • Versive Seizure

    Déjà vu and jamais vu phenomena may occur. Fear is usual, but SPS can elicit happiness, sexual arousal, anger, and similar responses.[] , dà jà vecu) or sensations of estrangement (jamais vu, jamais vecu).[] 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[]

  • Abdominal Epilepsy

    , jamais vu) Parietal lobe seizures may begin with a contralateral sensation, usually of the positive type (electrical sensation, tingling) Occipital lobe seizures may begin[] […] abdominal, and psychic Auras precede temporal lobe seizures in approximately 80% of cases; the most common are abdominal (a rising epigastric sensation) and psychic (fear, déjà vu[]

  • Generalized Motor Seizure

    vu (feeling that something is very familiar but it isn’t) Lack of movement or muscle tone (unable to move, loss of tone in neck and head may drop forward) Loss of awareness[] Some symptoms of aura include: Abnormal sensations Deja vu (familiar feelings) or jamais vu (unfamiliar feelings) Distorted emotions, such as panic or fear Forced thinking[] […] to happen Flashing lights Formed visual hallucinations — objects or things are seen that aren’t really there Heart racing Inability to hear Inability to swallow, drooling Jamais[]

  • Todd Paralysis

    Clearly he described déjà vu and jamais vu seizures.[]

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