Palinopsia

Palinopsia (Greek: palin for `again` and opsia for `seeing`) is a visual disturbance defined as the persistent or recurrence of a visual image after the stimulus has been removed. Palinopsia is not a diagnosis, but a broad term that describes a heterogeneous group of pathological visual symptoms with a wide variety of etiologies. Visual persev...
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palinopsia

(pal″ĭ-nop┬┤se-ә) visual perseveration; the pathologic continuance or recurrence of a visual sensation after the stimulus is gone.
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palinopsia

Abnormal recurring visual hallucinations. ... Origin: G. Palin, again, + opsis, vision ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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palinopsia

palinopsia 1. In medicine, the pathologic continuance or recurrence of a visual sensation after the stimulus is gone. 2. Abnormal recurring visual hallucinations. Related references to 'eye' or 'eye part' word families: blepharo-; core-; corneo-; lenti-, lens-; lenticulo-; irido-; ...
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palinopsia

Type: Term Pronunciation: pa-li-nop′sē-ă Definitions: 1. Persistence or recurrence of a visual image after removal of the stimulus.
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