phantom vision


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phantom vision

An experience of visual sensations following surgical removal of an eye; usually a transient condition.
See also: vision
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Kind of things people see in their phantom vision: Most of the hallucinations may fit alongside the background one is looking at, like seeing cows in the field or fit with the past experience one has undergone.
Two girls and others who lost their vision in early childhood have not reported having CBS as there was not much in memory store to be replaced by phantom vision. Many of them have visions of their parents, face of their mother, friends, relatives, religious cultural and festival ceremonies, animals, trees and surroundings where they have spent their childhood.
Causative explanations of CBS: Phantom vision seems to appear in blinds when nothing much is going on at the time in their life or daily life, like sitting alone, quite or when they are lying in bed at night.