Alice in Wonderland syndrome
Definition: a sense of depersonalization, levitation, bizarre alterations in body schema (shrinking, expanding), and metamorphopsia that can be associated with epilepsy, migraine, certain parietal lobe diseases, ingestion of hallucinogenic drugs, and schizophrenia.
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