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de·lir·i·ous

(dĕ-lir'ē-ŭs),
In a state of delirium.

delirious

(dĭ-lîr′ē-əs)
adj.
Of, suffering from, or characteristic of delirium.

de·lir′i·ous·ly adv.
de·lir′i·ous·ness n.

de·lir·i·ous

(dĕ-lir'ē-ŭs)
In a state of delirium.

de·lir·i·ous

(dĕ-lir'ē-ŭs)
In a state of delirium.
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After considering delirious mania and his lack of response to standard therapies, including lorazepam, we hypothesized that the resolution was due to the discontinuance in antihypertensive medications and to the subsequent normalization of blood cerebral perfusion.
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