Two patients began to feel vulnerable as a result of sharing private information, and one even experienced tactile hallucinations, believing that the person beyond the screen was physically touching her.
What does TH stand for?
TH stands for Tactile Hallucinations (psychiatric assessment)
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- GNU-Zip Compressed Tape Archive (Unix File Extension)
- Tar Gnu Zip
- The Gaming Zone
- Tide Gauge Zero (sea level measurement)
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- Helper T Cells
- Table Header (HTML Tag)
- Tails-Heads (possible outcome for flipping a coin twice)
- Talking Head (broadcasting)
- Talking Heads (band)
- Tapped Horn (audio equipment)
- Tariff Heading
- Technische Hochschule (German: University on Engineering)
- Technological Hazards (US FEMA)
- Tee Hee
- Teen Help
- Tekniska Högskolan (Helsinki University of Technology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
7) Additional side effects from stimulants are frequent headaches, stomach irritation, and in rare cases, visual or tactile hallucinations and possible development of a tic.
Phanton-limb syndrome is characterized by the experience of sensations, or tactile hallucinations, and pain and discomfort at the site of the amputated body part (Rabins, 1994).
Subjects suffering from alcohol- or drug-induced psychoses, for instance, often experience tactile hallucinations.
Visual hallucinations, such as seeing nonexistent things, and tactile hallucinations, such as a burning or itching sensation, also can occur, but are less frequent.
Of these 55 patients, 90% experienced transient paranoid delusions, mostly directly related to drug use (such as delusions of being followed or surrounded by law-enforcement personnel or by people wanting to steal their drugs); 83% experienced auditory hallucinations, which is often consistent with paranoid delusions; 38% experienced visual hallucinations (such as people following them or looking in windows); 21% experienced tactile hallucinations (such as bugs or foreign objects on the skin); and 27% experienced transient behavioral stereotypies.
Individuals who have a mental illness may have visual, auditory, and/or tactile hallucinations and/or delusions.