confusional


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It is as if the part of the mind of the state that hates facing the reality that sexual abuse of children does happen and justice needs to be served, assailed and induced confusional states in the part of the mind that wants to deliver justice.
Desde alli ya se instalo en forma permanente un cuadro confusional de conciencia asociado a fenomenos alucinatorios auditivos y visuales.
As the incidence is high, it is logical to do a study about the syndromic approach for aetiology and clinical features of acute confusional state in elderly.
Algunos autores han planteado la posibilidad de que exista un tipo de delirium con caracteristicas catatonicas, ya que algunos pacientes muestran varios sintomas motores catatonicos durante el periodo confusional agudo.
Confusional arousal; this is characterized by sudden awakening during the night in the non-REM phase of sleep, prolonged confusion, and sometimes complex behaviors.
Many prescription drugs can cause confusional states [20], and antidepressants have been cited as inducing hallucinations rarely [21, 22].
Moreover, in subsequent years, confusional states were reported under treatment with L-Dopa and later under dopamine agonist therapy in PD patients, giving rise to this new core feature in PD.
Majority of patients (N=43, 69.4%) were symptomatic ranging from headache, nausea, vomiting, hiccoughs and irritability to acute confusional state.
Delirium is an acute confusional state common in older adults in hospital.
Matthew Walker, professor of neurology at the National Hospital for Neurology in London, explained: "Just as children often experience night terrors and confusional arousals, so too do adults.
(7) In another trial, three patients discontinued treatment due to an acute confusional state, but the site investigator judged it unrelated to fesoterodine.
The application of early hypothermia in our patients was achieved after the first day of confusional state with complete recovery and without residual neurological deficits.
Adverse Effects: Injection-site reactions, myalgia, neurocognitive events (amnesia, memory impairment, confusional state), pruritus, ophthalmologic events were the adverse effects that were observed in patients receiving alirocumab across the studies.
There were statistically significant differences in SLEDAI scores (P < 0.001), incidence of neurologic disorders (P = 0.001), levels of 24-h proteinuria (P = 0.001) and immunoglobulin M (P = 0.004), and incidence of acute confusional state (P = 0.002), cerebrovascular disease (P = 0.004), and seizure disorder (P = 0.028) between MRI abnormal and normal groups.