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81 Possible Causes for Olfactory Hallucination, Rarely Malignant, Visual Hallucination

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    Clinicopathologic features of recurrent dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor and rare malignant transformation: A report of 5 cases and review of the literature.[] hallucination’.[] "Assuming for now a more rational scientific view, he was having a visual hallucination and he heard God's voice," Devinsky observes.[]

  • Schizophrenia

    , eg, neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS).[] We found perinatal pathology, cognitive deficit, and EEG abnormality in a patient with atypical initial symptoms of psychosis such as olfactory hallucinations.[] RESULTS: In group CP, male gender, expansive mood and ideation, derealization/depersonalization, visual hallucinations, and disturbances of sensorium were more frequent than[]

  • Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

    References 1 Anti-TNF antibody therapy in rheumatoid arthritis and the risk of serious infections and malignancies: systematic review and meta-analysis of rare harmful effects[] Although rare, visual impairment can be associated with complex visual hallucinations indicative of Charles Bonnet syndrome.[] Delusions of misidentification of staff were present, as were visual hallucinations.[]

  • Limbic Encephalitis

    Paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis (PLE) is a rare disorder of the nervous system associated with malignant disease.[] […] and gustatory hallucinations, sleep disturbances, and abnormalities in other homeostatic functions.[] We present a 66-year-old woman with 2 months of visual hallucinations, unintentional weight loss, and short-term memory decline, whose clinical presentation and EEG supported[]

  • Uncinate Seizure

    And – Good prognosis; rare malignant transformation (0.5–3%) 16. Oral lesions of lichen planus usually appear as: a. White striae. *** بقع بيضاءwhicham striae b.[] Olfactory hallucination are caused by temporal seizures (uncinate fits) but may also be caused by schizophrenia or depression can be caused by temporal lobe hamartoma, mesial[] Autoscopic hallucinations: These are a blend of visual and proprioceptive hallucinations. Lhermitte has defined them as "the visual hallucination of the self" (19).[]

  • Parietal Lobe Tumor

    Primary malignant schwannomas represent more rare subset of intraparenchymal schwannomas.[] hallucination’.[] Complex visual hallucinations may occur.[]

  • Occipital Lobe Tumor

    Other There are various other rare types of benign and primary malignant brain tumours. What causes brain tumours?[] hallucination’.[] Visual hallucinations (that may or may not be accompanied by seizures) are some of the most frequent findings, presenting as light flashes consisting of different shapes,[]

  • Alcohol Hallucinosis

    Malignancy is rare in the various forms of plantar fibromatosis. The staging of malignant tumors acts as a baseline for determining prognosis and treatment protocols.[] Symptoms of / Reasons for Organic Hallucinosis Auditory Hallucinations Visual Hallucinations Olfactory Hallucinations Tactile or Physical Hallucinations[] Brust First published July 1, 1984, DOI: Abstract During alcohol withdrawal, a man totally blind following ocular trauma experienced formed visual hallucinations (“alcoholic[]

  • Benzodiazepine Withdrawal

    Since discontinuation of benzodiazepine has been known to rarely trigger a neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS), he was diagnosed as having NMS.[] […] a human head - but auditory, olfactory and tactile hallucinations can also occur.[] On the fourth day she developed an acute organic brain syndrome with disorientation, vivid visual hallucinations and marked nightmares.[]

  • Secondary Parkinsonism

    […] is one of the most common malignant diseases worldwide, and approximately 20% of patients have metastases at diagnosis [ 1 ].[] Visual hallucinations are also quite common reported to occur in 6-75% of patients (most reports suggest an incidence of 25-50% ), more frequently in patients treated with[] Distinction from Alzheimer's disease MSA : dementia is possible, but not common DLB: frequent visual hallucinations CBS: cortical atrophy more pronounced in supplementary[]

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