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ACS

Abbr. for “American Ceramic Society.”
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In these 59 patients, the most frequent neuropsychiatric manifestations were a headache (56%), acute confusional state (46%), seizure disorder (29%), and cerebrovascular disease (25%).
Major Finding: Following exclusions of non-SLE-related causes of neuropsychiatric problems, glucocorticoids and immunosuppressives are indicated for neuropsychiatric SLE manifestations that reflect an immune or inflammatory process, including acute confusional state, aseptic meningitis, myelitis, psychosis, and cranial and peripheral neuropathies.
A 50-year-old woman, known to have been recently diagnosed with advanced colonic carcinoma, and on palliative therapy, presented with an acute confusional state and associated seizures.
97 and he developed an acute confusional state with marked agitation for which titrated IV doses of diazepam and haloperidol were administered.
The reported clinical features include generalised convulsions, acute confusional state, psychosis, tremors, cerebellar ataxia, motor aphasia, and generalised myoclonus (2,3).
Faecal impaction may also cause an acute confusional state and abdominal pain [13].
Table 1 Neuropsychiatric manifestation of SLE NPSLE associated with Central NPSLE associated with nervous system peripheral nervous Aseptic meningitis system Cerebrovascular disease Acute inflammatory demyelinating Demyelinating syndrome polyradiculoneuropathy (Guillain-Barre Headache (including migraine syndrome) and benign intracranial hypertension) Autonomic disorder Movement disorder (chorea) Myelopathy Mononeuropathy (single/multiplex) Seizure disorders Myasthenia gravis Acute confusional state (<1%) Cranial neuropathy Anxiety disorder Plexopathy Cognitive dysfunction (55-80%) Polyneuropathy Mood disorder (14-57%) Psychosis (0-8%) Systemic SLE lupus erythematosus; NPSLE-Neuropsychiatric Systemic lupus erythematosus
Delirium, or acute confusional state, is a common and serious complication of hospitalization in elderly patients.
Acute confusional states in elderly patients treated for femoral neck fracture.

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