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000154865 245__ $$aClinical neuroimaging in epileptic patients with autoscopic hallucinations and out-of-body experiences
000154865 269__ $$a2007
000154865 260__ $$c2007
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000154865 520__ $$aAutoscopic phenomena are complex illusory perceptions of one's body during which human subjects experience a second own body or double in their environment. Autoscopic phenomena most commonly refer tovisual doubles, although doubles may also be felt or heard and consist of autoscopic hallucinations, out-ofbody experiences, and heautoscopy. Recently, many neurological reports have focussed on out-of-body experiences. Here we review neurological data on autoscopic hallucinations and present a case during complex partial seizures due to neurocysticercosis
000154865 700__ $$0240593$$g165806$$aBlanke, Olaf
000154865 700__ $$aCastillo, V.
000154865 773__ $$j24$$tEpileptologie$$q90-95
000154865 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/154865/files/2007_Blanke_E_clinical%20neuroimaging%20in%20epileptic%20patients%20with%20autoscopic%20hallucinations%20and%20obe.pdf$$zn/a$$s421928$$yPublisher's version
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