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How common is it for somebody over 65 years to get confusion?

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Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
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In brief: Confusion

Not too common but acute causes most rule out low sodium, delirium from drugs, medicines or alcohol, or intracraneal pathology ( stroke, tumors )but it may well be due to alzheimer's ( dementia) disease or other dementia.

In brief: Confusion

Not too common but acute causes most rule out low sodium, delirium from drugs, medicines or alcohol, or intracraneal pathology ( stroke, tumors )but it may well be due to alzheimer's ( dementia) disease or other dementia.
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