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Charles Bonnet Syndrome malady

Category: Rare diseases

Aliases & Classifications for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Aliases & Descriptions for Charles Bonnet Syndrome:

Name: Charles Bonnet Syndrome 48 68
 
Cbs 48

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Summaries for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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NIH Rare Diseases:48 Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS) refers to the presence of visual hallucinations in individuals with visual acuity loss without having psychosis or dementia. The condition is likely caused by the brain continuing to interpret images, even in their absence. Underlying conditions of vision loss associated with Charles Bonnet syndrome are diverse (including conditions such as macular degeneration and stroke) and may affect the eye, optic nerve, or brain. Hallucinations often resolve if the underlying vision deficit is corrected and can also remit in some individuals with static or progressive vision loss. Treatment is individualized. Last updated: 1/4/2013

MalaCards based summary: Charles Bonnet Syndrome, also known as cbs, is related to homocystinuria due to cbs deficiency and homocystinuria, b6-responsive and nonresponsive types, and has symptoms including photopsia, hallucinations, auditory and hallucinations, visual. An important gene associated with Charles Bonnet Syndrome is HARS (Histidyl-TRNA Synthetase). Affiliated tissues include eye, occipital lobe and pituitary.

Related Diseases for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Diseases related to Charles Bonnet Syndrome via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1homocystinuria due to cbs deficiency12.1
2homocystinuria, b6-responsive and nonresponsive types12.0
3hyperhomocysteinemia11.2
4myocardial infarction11.1
5usher syndrome type 3b11.1
6neural tube defects10.9
7megakaryocytic leukemia10.9
8myelomeningocele10.9
9vascular disease10.9
10homocystinuria caused by cystathionine beta-synthase deficiency10.9
11progressive supranuclear palsy-corticobasal syndrome10.8
12stroke, ischemic10.8
13wolff-parkinson-white syndrome10.8
14thrombophilia due to thrombin defect10.8
15marfan syndrome10.8
16hypermethioninemia with deficiency of s-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase10.8
17speech and communication disorders10.8
18lens subluxation10.8
19methylmalonic aciduria and homocystinuria, cblc type10.7
20glycine n-methyltransferase deficiency10.7
21frontotemporal dementia and/or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 110.7
22urofacial syndrome 110.7
23supranuclear palsy, progressive10.7
24superficial mycosis10.7
25otomycosis10.7
26trichosporonosis10.7
27focal hand dystonia10.7
28agraphia10.7
29exhibitionism10.7
30voyeurism10.7
31tinea cruris10.7
32transvestism10.7
33fetishism10.7
34cicatricial ectropion10.7
35tinea unguium10.7
36tinea manuum10.7
37phaeohyphomycosis10.7
38echolalia10.7
39gait apraxia10.7
40dysgraphia10.7
41nominal aphasia10.7
42ideomotor apraxia10.7
43gerstmann syndrome10.7
44basal ganglia disease10.7
45asymmetric motor neuropathy10.7
46pityriasis versicolor10.7
47amino acid metabolic disorder10.7
48homocysteinemia10.7
49isolated ectopia lentis10.7
50pyridoxine deficiency10.7

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Diseases related to charles bonnet syndrome

Symptoms & Phenotypes for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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UMLS symptoms related to Charles Bonnet Syndrome:


photopsia, hallucinations, auditory, hallucinations, visual, hallucinations, olfactory, hallucinations, gustatory, hallucinations, tactile, scotoma, scintillating, metamorphopsia, blurred vision, neurologic neglect syndrome, autoscopy, glare - eye symptom

Drugs & Therapeutics for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Anatomical Context for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Charles Bonnet Syndrome:

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Eye, Occipital lobe, Pituitary, Thalamus, Cortex, Brain

Publications for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Articles related to Charles Bonnet Syndrome:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Charles Bonnet syndrome in a young patient with a history of epilepsy. (28081973)
2017
2
Charles Bonnet syndrome in a child with congenital glaucoma. (28038923)
2016
3
Hallucinations Experienced by Visually Impaired: Charles Bonnet Syndrome. (27529611)
2016
4
Charles Bonnet syndrome successfully treated with levetiracetam. (27485168)
2016
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Reversible Charles Bonnet Syndrome After Oculoplastic Procedures. (27984353)
2016
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Acute Charles Bonnet Syndrome following Hughes procedure. (27467709)
2016
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Charles Bonnet syndrome secondary to hypertensive crisis. (27296495)
2016
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Therapeutic Effects Of Rivastigmine And Alfa-Lipoic Acid Combination In The Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Electroencephalography Correlates. (27697039)
2016
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Charles Bonnet Syndrome Following Trans-Sphenoidal Adenomectomy without Optic Nerve Atrophy. (27757139)
2016
10
Charles Bonnet syndrome. Diagnostic criteria. (27542522)
2016
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Poster 2 Charles Bonnet Syndrome Decreasing Functional Independence Measure Efficiency in the Inpatient Brain-Injury Rehabilitation Setting: Case Report. (27672771)
2016
12
The Prevalence and Characteristics of Charles Bonnet Syndrome in Turkish Patients with Retinal Disease. (27188990)
2016
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Charles Bonnet Syndrome in a Patient With Right Medial Occipital Lobe Infarction: Epileptic or Deafferentation Phenomenon? (26185956)
2015
14
Charles Bonnet Syndrome in Advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa. (25870080)
2015
15
Charles Bonnet syndrome in an 88-year-old woman with retinitis pigmentosa. (25583394)
2015
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Low awareness of the Charles Bonnet syndrome in patients attending a retinal clinic. (24495881)
2014
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Seeing the unseen: Charles Bonnet syndrome revisited. (25515178)
2014
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Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric comorbidity in a patient with charles bonnet syndrome. (25431721)
2014
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Negative outcome Charles Bonnet syndrome. (24825847)
2014
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Prevalence and clinical characteristics of Charles Bonnet syndrome in Madrid, Spain. (24846623)
2014
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Is insight really necessary for diagnosis of Charles Bonnet syndrome? A case report. (24963515)
2014
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Charles Bonnet syndrome: characteristics of its visual hallucinations and differential diagnosis. (24863507)
2014
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Visual-olfactory hallucinatory synesthesia: The Charles Bonnet Syndrome with olfactory hallucinations. (24290845)
2014
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Charles Bonnet syndrome and cognitive impairment: a systematic review. (24848082)
2014
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Charles Bonnet syndrome in patient with impaired visual field and good visual acuity. (24560470)
2014
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Charles Bonnet syndrome in a case of cerebral venous thrombosis with fMRI-EEG correlation. (25387635)
2014
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Pregabalin in the treatment of Charles Bonnet syndrome. (23905458)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome: two case reports and review of the literature. (23381616)
2013
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Occipital lobe epilepsy presenting with visual hallucinations (Charles Bonnet syndrome). (23380100)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome and the association with dementia. (24332683)
2013
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Delirium superimposed on Charles Bonnet syndrome: a case study. (23972541)
2013
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Transient Charles Bonnet syndrome in a patient with reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome. (22843246)
2013
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The diagnosis of Charles Bonnet syndrome in visual field defects. (23869320)
2013
34
Visual hallucinations (charles bonnet syndrome) associated with neurosarcoidosis. (24339694)
2013
35
Paradoxical cessation in a case of Charles Bonnet syndrome. (24269454)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome and Terson's syndrome from subarachnoid hemorrhage: good news from bad news. (22573411)
2013
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Strange sightings: is it Charles Bonnet syndrome? (23778216)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome secondary to retinal panphotocoagulation. (24035800)
2013
39
Charles bonnet syndrome: treating nonpsychiatric hallucinations. (23462028)
2013
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Escitalopram for antipsychotic nonresponsive visual hallucinosis: eight patients suffering from Charles Bonnet syndrome. (23676430)
2013
41
Charles bonnet syndrome, management with simple behavioral technique. (23546356)
2013
42
Musical hallucinations after pontine ischemia: the auditory Charles Bonnet syndrome? (24057151)
2013
43
Clinical phenomenology and mortality in Charles Bonnet syndrome. (23385362)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome: a literature review into diagnostic criteria, treatment and implications for nursing practice. (22452327)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome and Terson's syndrome from subarachnoid hemorrhage: good news from bad news. (23271334)
2013
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Complex visual hallucinations in a patient with macular degeneration: a case of the Charles Bonnet syndrome. (23443508)
2013
47
Charles Bonnet syndrome: evidence for a generative model in the cortex? (23874177)
2013
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Charles Bonnet syndrome, glaucoma and moderate visual acuity. (24370380)
2013
49
Occipital lobe epilepsy presenting with visual hallucinations: Charles Bonnet syndrome. (23380124)
2013
50
Charles Bonnet Syndrome: comorbidity may help in choosing the drug for therapy. (23514653)
2013

Variations for Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Expression for genes affiliated with Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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GO Terms for genes affiliated with Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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