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Of these events, the most frequent were seizure disorders, cerebrovascular disease, mononeuropathy, acute confusional states, cranial neuropathy, myelopathy, polyneuropathy, aseptic meningitis, mood disorders, and psychosis, with each of the remaining syndromes affecting no more than 2% of patients.
inflammatory mediated injury, in which increased permeability of the blood-brain barrier, formation of immune complexes, and production of IFN-[alpha] and other inflammatory mediators leads to diffuse NP manifestations, such as psychosis and acute confusional states.
Acute confusional states and dementia in the elderly: The role of dehydration/volume depletion.
Acute confusional states are precipitated by a disruption in neurotransmission often associated with medications, especially drugs with anticholinergic effects, or altered cerebral metabolism.
Gustafson Y, Berggren D, Brannstrom B, Bucht G, Norberg A, Hansson L, Winblad B: Acute confusional states in elderly patients treated for femoral neck fracture J Amer Geriatr Soc 1988; 36:525-530.

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