On visual hallucinations and cortical networks: a trans-diagnostic review

@inproceedings{Carter2015OnVH,
  title={On visual hallucinations and cortical networks: a trans-diagnostic review},
  author={Rowena L Carter and Dominic H. ffytche},
  booktitle={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2015}
}
Our current clinical approach to visual hallucinations is largely derived from work carried out by Georges de Morsier in the 1930s. Now, almost a century after his influential papers, we have the research tools to further explore the ideas he put forward. In this review, we address de Morsier’s proposal that visual hallucinations in all clinical conditions have a similar neurological mechanism by comparing structural imaging studies of susceptibility to visual hallucinations in Parkinson’s… CONTINUE READING
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