Lewis Carroll's migraine experiences

@article{Podoll1999LewisCM,
  title={Lewis Carroll's migraine experiences},
  author={Klaus Podoll and Derek Robinson},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1999},
  volume={353}
}

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome: A Clinical and Pathophysiological Review

The final part of this review aims to find the relationship between AIWS symptoms, presenting a pathophysiological model and Alterations in these brain regions may cause the cooccurrence of dysmetropsia and disorders of body schema.

Tubuh Membengkak, Dunia Mengerut: Alice in Wonderland Syndrome dan Persepsi Plastis Protagonis dalam Not in Wonderland

Tulisan ini berfokus pada representasi gangguan mental yang dialami protagonis Not in Wonderland. Novel Bellaanjni tersebut menggambarkan sindrom yang kerap dialami kalangan remaja, yakni Alice in

Pathological laughing and psychotic disorder: the medical evaluation of the Joker

The movie Joker has medical significance and covers social aspects of medicine and health care and allows us to discuss whether psychotic disorder due to TBI should be considered a neurobiological syndrome and asks about the management of patients with neuropsychiatric illness, which is a public health problem.

Did Charles Dodgson Suffer from Alice in Wonderland Syndrome?

  • J. Blom
  • Medicine
    Alice in Wonderland Syndrome
  • 2019
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Alice in Wonderland Syndrome as a Presenting Manifestation of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

The first known case of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD, Heidenhain variant) that presented with symptoms of Alice in Wonderland syndrome is described, concluding that AIWS is not always as harmless as sometimes suggested, and that CJD must be part of its extensive differential diagnosis, notably in the presence of rapid cognitive decline.

Metaphorising knowledge management: “ALICE in Wonderland”

ABSTRACT The aim of this study is to carry journey metaphor addressed in literature very often, which identifies the search for knowledge with self-development, into a specific example from

Neurology ® Clinical Practice Review Alice in Wonderland syndrome A systematic review

In clinical cases of AIWS, auxiliary investigations (including blood tests, EEG, and brain MRI) are strongly advised, and international classifications such as the DSM and ICD should consider placing the syndrome on their research agenda.

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