AIWS

AcronymDefinition
AIWSAlice in Wonderland Syndrome
AIWSAdvanced Interdiction Weapon(s) System
AIWSAs I Was Saying
AIWSApplication Integration Web Service
AIWSActual Irrigation Water Supply
AIWSAssociation of Independent Weather Services
AIWSAssociate of the Institute of Wines and Spirits (UK)
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AIWS remains a poorly known and probably misdiagnosed syndrome.
In this review, we will discuss the original description of perceptual alterations by Lewis Carroll and will frame them into the main clinical features of AIWS as presented in several case reports.
A literature review was carried out in PubMed using "AIWS" and "Alice in Wonderland Syndrome" as key words that produced 148 results.
However, the first that used the term of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (AIWS) was Todd, in 1955.
Since 1955, about 170 cases of AIWS have been reported in literature.
"With this in mind, we created AIWS as a pioneering initiative of the Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation and the Boston Global Forum.
The AIWS initiative was created by the Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation working in concert with the Boston Global Forum.