Published by: EDIS- Publishing Institution of the University of Zilina
Keywords: confuse; religious aspects; clinical cases;
Summary/Abstract: The Confusional state is a condition that has been distinguished from other psychic states. Its assessment has been known to be determined by neurologic criteria. The clinical diagnosis implies that the person is incoherent, confused, aggressive or hallucinating. Families confronted with this are confused and sometimes believe that there is a psychic condition or that the person pretends to be confused. Unfortunately, there are several conditions that give similar symptoms and a correct anamnesis and clinical neurologic exam must be performed. Religious aspects are all the time present to counteract the state that sometimes appears because of hallucination or supernatural.
- Issue Year: 4/2017
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 177-182
- Page Count: 5
- Language: English