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Spatiotemporally varying visual hallucinations: II. Spectral classification and comparison with theory. (English) Zbl 1412.92037
Summary: In order to better understand the nature of visual hallucinations, and to test predictions of spatiotemporally oscillating hallucinations from a recent corticothalamic model of visual dynamics, clinical descriptions of hallucinations are used to establish boundaries on the spatiotemporal frequencies observed in various disorders. Detailed comparisons with hallucinations during migraine aura demonstrate that key features are consistent with corticothalamic origin and specific abnormalities, but underline the need for more detailed quantitative data to be obtained on temporally oscillating hallucinations more generally.
For Part I, see [the authors et al., ibid. 357, 200-209 (2014; Zbl 1412.92038)].

92C20 Neural biology
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