Minds on replay: musical hallucinations and their relationship to neurological disease.

  title={Minds on replay: musical hallucinations and their relationship to neurological disease.},
  author={Erin C Golden and Keith A. Josephs},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  volume={138 Pt 12},
The phenomenon of musical hallucinations, in which individuals perceive music in the absence of an external auditory stimulus, has been described sparingly in the literature through small case reports and series. Musical hallucinations have been linked to multiple associated conditions, including psychiatric and neurologic disease, brain lesions, drug effect, and hearing impairment. This study aimed to review the demographics of subjects with musical hallucinations and to determine the… CONTINUE READING
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