Alucinosis peduncular: descripción de un caso y revisión del tema

Elisa Demicheli Nocetti, Fernanda Rodriguez Erazú, Cristina Vázquez

Resumen


La alucinosis peduncular es el término utilizado para describir una forma rara de alucinaciones visuales complejas, vívidas, coloridas y generalmente recurrentes que ocurren en relación a lesiones del tronco encefálico y el tálamo. Es una patología infrecuente y su fisiopatología es controvertida.

Describimos el caso de una mujer de 38 años con alucinosis peduncular asociada a compresión extrínseca del tronco encefálico secundaria a un schwannoma vestibular.

Analizamos las características clínicas y los mecanismos fisiopatológicos subyacentes.


Palabras clave


alucinaciones visuales; alucinosis peduncular; schwannoma

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