Online ExclusiveMany theories have been formulated to provide a reasonable explanation of the pathogenetic mechanism for the genesis of intracranial chondromas.
Physicians PerspectiveDelirium is a common and serious problem that affects as many as 70% of older persons admitted to critical care units.
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FeatureUnexplained cerebellar syndrome in an elderly patient should prompt screening for celiac disease, even in the absence of gastrointestinal symptoms.
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Top StoryDelirium, a confusional state with change in attention and cognition, is a condition that results in significant morbidity and mortality among elderly persons.