Deja vu in neurology.

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Wild, E.;
(2005)
  • Subject: Amygdala, Deja Vu, Epilepsy, Temporal Lobe, Hallucinations, Hippocampus, Humans, Models, Neurological, Neocortex, Temporal Lobe

The significance of deja vu is widely recognised in the context of temporal lobe epilepsy, and enquiry about deja vu is frequently made in the clinical assessment of patients with possible epilepsy. Deja vu has also been associated with several psychiatric disorders. Th... View more
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