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Difference between Delirium and Dementia

by Helen Farrell, MD
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    The lecture Difference between Delirium and Dementia by Helen Farrell, MD is from the course Age-Related Disorders.


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    1. That there are no EEG changes seen.
    2. There is no clouding of consciousness.
    3. The acuteness of onset.
    4. Being impaired immediate/recent memory.
    5. Being usually reversible.
    1. Visual
    2. Tactile
    3. Auditory
    4. Olfactory
    5. Gustatory
    1. Pick’s disease.
    2. Alzheimer’s disease.
    3. Parkinson’s disease.
    4. Huntington’s disease.
    5. Vascular dementia.
    1. Normal pressure hydrocephalus.
    2. Pick’s dementia.
    3. Parkinson’s disease.
    4. Vascular dementia.
    5. Benign intracranial hypertension.
    1. Delirium tremens.
    2. Wernicke encephalopathy.
    3. Kasorkoff psychosis.
    4. Dementia pugilistica.
    5. Pick disease.

    Author of lecture Difference between Delirium and Dementia

     Helen Farrell, MD

    Helen Farrell, MD


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