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hal·lu·ci·no·sis

 (hə-lo͞o′sə-nō′sĭs)
n.
An abnormal condition or mental state characterized by hallucination.

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hallucinosis

(həˌluːsɪˈnəʊsɪs)
n
(Psychiatry) psychiatry a mental disorder the symptom of which is hallucinations, commonly associated with the ingestion of alcohol or other drugs
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hal•lu•ci•no•sis

(həˌlu səˈnoʊ sɪs)

n.
a mental state characterized by repeated hallucinations.
[1900–05]
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hallucinosis

a disordered mental condition in which the sufferer is prone to hallucinations.
See also: Insanity
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Noun1.hallucinosis - a mental state in which the person has continual hallucinations
mental condition, mental state, psychological condition, psychological state - (psychology) a mental condition in which the qualities of a state are relatively constant even though the state itself may be dynamic; "a manic state"
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Translations

hallucinosis

[həˌluːsɪˈnəʊsɪs] Nalucinosis f
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hal·lu·ci·no·sis

n. alucinosis, delirio alucinatorio crónico;
acute alcoholic ______ alcohólica, manifestación de temor patológico acompañado de alucinaciones auditivas.
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Although it is possible to develop psychotic symptoms due to severe alcohol withdrawal (alcoholic hallucinosis), Mr.
Skin itching occurring as a type of tactile hallucinosis. Vestn Dermatol Venerol.
Velakoulis, "Peduncular hallucinosis secondary to central pontine myelinolysis," Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, vol.
Palermo et al., "A case of posttraumatic complex auditory hallucinosis treated with rTMS," Neurocase, vol.
There remains also the possibility of an alcohol-related origin for the hallucinations of case 2, which should then be labelled as alcohol hallucinosis. However, given the relatively young age of the patient and that no withdrawal or intoxication symptoms were observed during his stay in the Clinic, we considered it reasonable to discard this diagnosis.
They also reported that psychosis and alcoholic hallucinosis are not uncommon.
The logistic regression analyses showed that only marital status, the duration of having psychiatric symptoms, and the presence of alcohol hallucinosis fit into the model.
His topics include the inaccessible unconscious and reverie as a path of figurability, transformations in hallucinosis and the reception of the analyst, the un/conscious as a psychoanalytic function of personality, giving body to the mind: a comparison between Freud's and Bion's metapsychologies, and intermediarity as an epistemological paradigm in psychoanalysis.
In our study, the association between LBPD and hallucinosis at disease onset did not survive adjustment but would serve as a useful discriminator in later disease stages.
(1964) Persistent Hallucinosis following repeated administration of hallucinogenic drugs, American Journal of Psychiatry, 121, pp.
Table 1 Causes of visual hallucinations (7) Causes of visual hallucinations Neurological disorders Parkinson's disease Lewy body dementia Epilepsy Brain stem lesions such as peduncular hallucinosis Migraine coma Narcolepsy-cataplexy syndrome Psychiatric disorders Acute psychosis Schizophrenia Delirium Affective disorder Conversion reaction Toxic and metabolic Drug and alcohol withdrawal states Metabolic encephalopathies Hallucinogenic agents Medications or toxic side effects Miscellaneous Intense emotional experiences such as bereavement Sensory and sleep deprivation Hypnopompic (sleep to waking) Hypnogogic (wake to sleep) transitional states Charles Bonnet syndrome