- hallucinatory diplopia
- see diplopia monocularis.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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diplopia monocularis — Also known as monocular diplopia and hallucinatory diplopia. The term diplopia monocu laris is modern Latin for double vision with one eye . The concomitant condition is characterized by the visual perception of two identical images based on a … Dictionary of Hallucinations
diplopia — The term diplopia comes from the Greek words diploös (double) and opsis (seeing). It translates as double vision. The ensuing coexistence ofsim ilar images within the field of vision is called * multiplication. Diplopia can be divided into two … Dictionary of Hallucinations
polyopia — Also known as polyopsia. Both terms stem from the Greek words polus (much, many) and opsis (seeing). They refer to the perception of an image that repeats itself within the visual field. The ensuing coexistence of various similar images within … Dictionary of Hallucinations
multiplication — The term multiplication comes from the Latin verb multiplicare, which means to multiply or to duplicate. It is used to denote the presence of multiple identical images in * visual hallucinations. Multiplication is a characteristic feature of a … Dictionary of Hallucinations
Schreber, Daniel Paul — (1842 1911) A German judge who was hospitalized three times and diagnosed variously with paranoia, dementia praecox, and schizophrenia. Schreber was rehabilitated after the first time he was discharged and reinstated as a judge, but had to be… … Dictionary of Hallucinations