The following Conditions are related to Confusion

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  • Encephalopathy, hypoglycemic

    Pancreatic neuroendocrine neoplasms (pNENs) are an increasingly common group of malignancies that arise within the endocrine tissue of the pancreas. Endocrine tissue is specialized tissue that contains hormone-secreting cells. These cells secrete several different hormones into the blood (endocrine) or to local cells (paracrine, autocrine). These hormones have a variety of functions within the body. Neoplasms that arise from endocrine tissue m  Read More

  • Hyperaldosteronism without hypertension

    Hyperaldosteronism without hypertension is also named Bartter's syndrome. In Hyperaldosteronism, adrenal glands produce much aldosterone. This results in a lowering of potassium levels in the blood, i.e. hypokalemia, and increases hydrogen ion excretion, i.e. alkalosis. 1. In this condition, certain kidney cells are enlarged, the blood becomes more alkaline than in the normal condition, and potassium and chloride  Read More

  • Paroxysmal sleep

    Paroxysmal sleep is a rare and unusual sleeping disorder that causes people to suddenly fall asleep for short periods of time, usually lasting less than one minute. It can occur at any time of day or night, but most often occurs when the person is in the early stages of falling asleep or when they’re waking up from a nap. It can last anywhere between a few seconds to several minutes, and it usually happens once every hou  Read More