teleopsia

teleopsia

 [tel″e-op´se-ah]
a visual disturbance in which objects appear to be farther away than they actually are.

tel·e·op·si·a

(tel'ē-op'sē-ă),
An error in judging the distance of objects arising from lesions in the parietal temporal region.
[G. tēle, distant, + opsis, vision]

tel·e·op·si·a

(tel'ē-op'sē-ă)
An error in judging the distance of objects caused by lesions in the parietal-temporal region of the cerebral cortex.
[G. tēle, distant, + opsis, vision]

teleopsia 

Anomaly of visual perception in which objects appear to be much further away than they actually are. It may be due to vision in a hazy atmosphere, intoxication, neurosis, etc. See metamorphopsia.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Lerner and Lev-Ran described in a case report a 26-year-old patient who during an LSD intoxication presented with episodes of visual illusions in the form of macropsia, micropsia, pelopsia, and teleopsia. These distortions occurred when the subject observed moving objects, stationary objects, human beings, and inert objects.
(58) Individuals with AiWS also experience 'dysmetropsia,' an umbrella term given to a collection of symptoms including changes in the apparent size of objects (micropsia/macropsia) as well as a sense that objects are either very far away (teleopsia) or extremely close (pelopsia).
Los mas caracteristicos son los que afectan a la percepcion visual, principalmente a la forma, tamano y situacion espacial de los objetos (metamorfopsia, macropsia, micropsia y teleopsia); macro y microsomatognosia si se refieren a la imagen corporal.
On the other hand a propagation from the basal region to the lateral occipital and parietal region (through the VO, vSLF, and AF) would create complex illusions like objects that appear disorientated in distance (macroproxiopia, microtelepsia), or be distant and minute (teleopsia), or that have a loss or enhancement of stereoscopic vision or even persistent or recurrent (palinopsia) (see [6-8] for reviews).
* Teleopsia: percepcion de lineas, cuadrados o figuras geometricas en "apariencia de tejas" (18,19).
Santhouse y cols., utilizando resonancia nuclear magnetica funcional, han correlacionado diferentes tipos de alucinaciones con areas especificas de la corteza cerebral: los rostros estarian localizados en el surco temporal superior (area V6 de la corteza de asociacion visual donde se originarian las prometamorfopsias y dismegalopsias); los objetos y sus movimientos, en la corteza occipito-temporal ventral (area V5 de la corteza de asociacion visual donde se originarian las poliopias, dendropsias y teleopsias), y la fijacion visual, en el lobulo parietal, donde se originarian las palinopsias (5,8,20).
Los mas caracteristicos son los que afectan a la percepcion visual, principalmente a la forma, tamano y situacion espacial de los objetos (metam orfopsia, macropsia, micropsia y teleopsia); macro y microsomatognosia si se refieren a la imagen corporal.