palinopsia


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palinopsia

(ˌpælɪˈnɒpsɪə) or

palinopia

n
(Medicine) a visual disorder in which the patient perceives a prolonged afterimage
[from Greek palin again + ōps eye]
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49) Palinopsia (persistence of a previously-viewed image), dendropsia (branching tree-like patterns) and polyopia are also occasionally reported.
34) Palinopsia (Perseveration of visual image even after the causative object is removed from the visual field otherwise described as 'persisting after-images') can result from right occipital damage due to stroke, trauma or tuberculoma.
Common visual disturbances attributed to HPPD are recurrent geometric hallucinations, perception of peripheral movement, colored flashes, intensified colors, palinopsia, positive afterimages, haloes around objects, macropsia, and micropsia occurring spontaneously in individuals with no prior psychopathology.