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1,529 Possible Causes for Delirium, Tremor

  • Dementia

    Delirium research is poorly studied in postacute care, a growing setting due to aging populations, as well as in dementia, a critical risk factor for delirium and particularly[] It may progress to severe memory loss, confusion, hallucinations, delusions, tremors, impaired speech, motor dysfunction and difficulty in eating.[] Lewy body dementia may also cause aggressive behavior or depression, tremors, and an increased risk of falling.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    His abnormal behavior might have resulted from febrile delirium or an unusual expression of pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder associated with a streptococcal[] One patient showed tremorous movement, and the other choreiform movement.[]

  • Insulinoma

    Case presentation: A 35-year-old male had history of night time seizures with hallucinations, delirium and spasms, lasting from 10 minutes to 1.5 hours for about 2 years.[] The patients presented with symptoms of sweating, tremors, drowsiness, palpitations, loss of consciousness, abnormal behavior, seizures and weight gain.[] Adrenergic symptoms resulting from the catecholaminergic response include weakness, anxiety, nausea, hunger, sweating, tremor, tachycardia, and palpitations.[]

  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    The topic Metabolic Encephalopathy causing Delirium you are seeking is a synonym, or alternative name, or is closely related to the medical condition Delirium .[] Symptoms Symptoms of metabolic encephalopthy include: Confusion or agitation Disorientation Insomnia Forgetfulness Tremor (flapping tremor of the hands) Difficulty in speaking[] There can be neurological changes such as difficulty with memory, tremors, involuntary twitching, seizures, disorientation and mental confusion.[]

  • Toxic Encephalopathy

    E.g. delirium post alcohol withdrawal superimposed on dementia... toxic encephalopathy or delirium secondary to alcohol withdrawal?[] Two patients lost their consciousness, while two patients had typical extrapyramidal tremor symptoms.[] […] secondary to advanced liver disease, marked by disturbances of consciousness that may progress to deep coma (hepatic coma), psychiatric changes of varying degree, flapping tremor[]

  • Acute Intermittent Porphyria

    Additional frequent symptoms are vomiting, hypertension, peripheral neuropathy, seizures, depression, delirium and coma.[] A neurologist’s “back hand” clue fueled an already burning fire in me to find out what was wrong with Jill, whose first presentations were neurological symptoms: tremors,[] The neurovisceral symptoms consist of autonomic neuropathies (eg, constipation, colicky abdominal pain, vomiting, hypertension), peripheral neuropathy, seizures, delirium,[]

  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    ., delirium, ataxia, ocular palsy). If delirium is not present, a diagnosis of WE is difficult because delirium is the hallmark symptom of WE.[] Ophthalmoplegia includes impaired vision of normal eye movements, including nystagmus, or tremors and amblyopia.[] Other symptoms seen in these patients included optic neuropathy, papilledema, deafness, seizures, asterixis (bilateral) flapping tremor of the hands and wrist, weakness, and[]

  • Lithium

    Despite regular clinic follow-ups and blood monitoring, he recently developed tremors and delirium.[] Tremor is a common adverse effect associated with lithium at both therapeutic and toxic serum levels.[] All drugs were discontinued again, then his delirium resolved and abnormal data returned to normal 1 day later.[]

  • Wilson Disease

    […] of: Damage to the central nervous system, including loss of coordination, loss of muscle control, muscle tremors, loss of thinking and IQ, loss of memory, and confusion (delirium[] We report a WD patient who developed a unilateral wing-beating tremor 6years after OLT. New neurological symptoms develop immediately after OLT in most cases.[] […] repetitive, or slow movements Slurred or slow speech, excessive saliva, decreased or slow facial expressions (mask-like facies) Emotional or behavioural changes Confusion, delirium[]

  • Typhus

    : a severe human febrile disease that is caused by one ( Rickettsia prowazekii ) transmitted especially by body lice and is marked by high fever, stupor alternating with delirium[] On the 5th day of illness he developed intermittent resting tremor in his right arm and leg associated with stiffness, difficulty in carrying out normal work and difficulty[] The symptoms are very similar to those of typhoid: headache and general pains, chills and fevers, lassitude and delirium.[]

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