Delirium: Acute Brain. Delirium: Acute brain failure in man (American lecture series ; no. 1028).
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Delirium: Acute brain failure in man By Z. J. Lipowski . Delirium, dementia and brain reserve. July 1997 · Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. Lipowski September 1982 · General Hospital Psychiatry. Carlos A Reyes-Ortiz.
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Pathophysiology Current understanding of the neurophysiological basis of delirium is one of hyperdopaminergia and hypocholinergia likely as a result of increased oxidative stress
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