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925 Possible Causes for Reduced Consciousness, Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)

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  • Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome

    […] strokes and dementia Caused by a mutation of Notch 3 gene on chromosome 19 MRI shows diffuse white matter lesions on the cerebral hemispheres, especially in the anterior[goinggentleintothatgoodnight.com] temporal lobes and external capsules With early-onset vascular dementia, there are usually lifestyle factors involved such as uncontrolled or undetected high blood pressure[goinggentleintothatgoodnight.com] […] more subtle decline of cognitive function Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) Rare cause of early-onset subcortical[goinggentleintothatgoodnight.com]

  • Hypoglycemia

    consciousness, with two fatalities ( 116 ).[care.diabetesjournals.org] […] episodes of hypoglycemia, over a 7-year period the Swedish Adverse Drug Reactions Advisory Committee reported 19 cases of severe hypoglycemia that presented with coma or reduced[care.diabetesjournals.org]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Malnutrition

    T2-weighted MR (magnetic resonance) images of a 19-year-old woman undergoing concurrent chemoradiotherapy for a nasopharyngeal carcinoma revealed a lesion marked by focal hyper signal intensity in the splenium of the corpus callosum. The lesion was not visible two weeks later. She suffered from malnutrition[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Hyponatremia

    consciousness, 3, 5 as summarised in table 1.[doi.org] A patient is likely to present with more severe symptoms if they have acute-onset hyponatraemia as cerebral oedema develops secondary to the reduced serum osmolality.[doi.org] […] symptoms such as nausea, confusion and headache, whereas those with moderate to severe hyponatraemia will present with vomiting, cardiorespiratory distress, seizures and reduced[doi.org]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Brain Concussion

    Severe concussion can also lead to loss of consciousness, which is a commonly-used criterion for assessing TBI in most neurological assessments.[drpawluk.com] Following concussion, symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, reduced attention, amnesia and headache tend to develop acutely but usually resolve within a week or two.[drpawluk.com]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    It can also be a state of reduced consciousness, so that the patient may move about or respond to pain. Not all patients with brain injury are comatose.[hopkinsmedicine.org] If loss of consciousness or confusion and disorientation lasts less than 30 minutes the brain injury is classed as mild.[psychcentral.com] Behavioral/emotional symptoms of brain damage include: Irritability and impatience Reduced tolerance for stress Sluggishness Flattened or heightened emotions or reactions[webmd.com]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Sepsis

    […] level of consciousness despite resuscitation respiratory rate of 25 breaths per minute or above, or a new need for mechanical ventilation lactate not reduced by more than[pathways.nice.org.uk] […] level of consciousness will be classified as “uncomplicated infection” SOFA is a complicated score that is routinely calculated in some ICUs, but is not explicitly used in[lifeinthefastlane.com] [NICE’s guideline on sepsis , recommendation 1.6.22] In a child under 5 years , failure to respond is indicated by any of: reduced level of consciousness despite resuscitation[pathways.nice.org.uk]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Vasovagal Syncope

    INTRODUCTION: Syncope is an abrupt loss of consciousness in response to reduced perfusion to the brain.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] That leads to reduced blood flow to your brain, causing you to briefly lose consciousness. Vasovagal syncope is usually harmless and requires no treatment.[mayoclinic.org]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Cardiac Arrhythmia

    Cardiac arrhythmia is characterized by abnormal heart rate or rhythm. It typically refers to a condition, where in the electrical activity that regulates heartbeat is irregular, slow or fast. In many instances, cardiac arrhythmia may not produce any signs or symptoms. An abnormal heart rhythm gets diagnosed during[…][symptoma.com]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Hypovolemia

    The respiratory rate is increased as well, while the systolic pressure is as reduced as 70 mmHg or even less.[byebyedoctor.com] D: Disability or neurological changes include decreased level of consciousness .[acls-algorithms.com] The mental status is severely affected, the patient can lose consciousness, entering into a state of severe lethargy or coma.[byebyedoctor.com]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)

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