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Notes on Hallucinations. II

  • Conolly Norman (a1)
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When last I discussed the question of hallucinations before the Academy of Medicine, I detailed an interesting case in which hallucinations of many of the senses occurred, and the auditory hallucinations were confined to one ear, which was deaf.

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(1) Read at the Medical Section of the Academy of Medicine in Ireland, March 13th, 1903. A paper dealing in a more summary way with psycho-motor hallucination was read at the meeting of the Irish Division of the Association, January 28th, 1903, when the discussion here reported occurred.

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  • Conolly Norman (a1)
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