The Phosphenes - The Phosphenes (Cassette)

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  1. Migraine aura. Are migraine auras also considered phosphenes? e.g., the classic scintillating scotoma? —mjb , 19 December (UTC). What. What is "a crumpling fly-spotted flyscreen"? Not really a good metaphor since it's not universally understood. User: petruchi41 EST 16 April This is not the same as visual snow, some people may have both, but they are different.
  2. Phosphenes - I Will Be Gone Live at Patan Museum - Duration: 4 minutes, 15 seconds. 3, views; 1 year ago; Phosphenes - Know This Time (Audio) - Duration: 3 minutes, 50 seconds.
  3. Causes Mechanical stimulation. The most common phosphenes are pressure phosphenes, caused by rubbing the closed eyes. They have been known since antiquity, and described by the Greeks. The pressure mechanically stimulates the cells of the annapissoudelicihopersubtstomous.coinfoences include a darkening of the visual field that moves against the rubbing, a diffuse colored patch that also moves against the rubbing, a.
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  5. The most common phosphenes are pressure phosphenes, caused by rubbing the closed eyes. They have been known since antiquity, and described by the Greeks. [Gruesser O-J, Hagner M. On the history of deformation phosphenes and the idea of internal light generated in the eye for the purpose of vision. "Documenta Ophthalmologica" 74 ():
  6. Jul 05,  · For the most part they were variations of rather simple geometric forms in pastel shades of yellow, orange and green. (Psilocybin, according to other investigators, tends to produce phosphenes in disquieting colours - deep blue and dark green)" (Oster, ). "Pronounced phosphenes are associated with a number of disorders.
  7. Phosphenes, named from the ancient Greek phos (light) and phaìnomai (to show), are anomalous visual perceptions of light occurring independently of physiological photonic stimulation of the retina.
  8. Phosphenes are flashes of light witnessed in patients with a blow to the eye, traction on the retina, optic nerve compression, or optic neuritis. 52 More complex positive visual phenomena include palinopsia (persistence of visual images), polyopia (multiple images), micropsia (shrunken images), macropsia (enlarged images), metamorphopsia (distortion of shape), and Alice‐in‐Wonderland syndrome .

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