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|Alice in Wonderland syndrome|
|Synonyms||Todd's syndrome, #91;1 #93; lilliputian hallucinations|
|The perception a person can have due to micropsia, a potential symptom of dysmetropsia. From Lewis Carroll's 1865 novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.|
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