delirium

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} hezeyan
(Tıp) Bilincin kaybolması, (epilepsi histeri v en çok zehirlenmelerde ve yüksek ateşli hastalıklarda, paranoya ve diğer akıl hastalıklarında görülür)
{i} çılgınlık
coşma
azma
sayıklama
(Biyoloji) deliryum
sayıklama/coşku
delirium tremens içki iptilâsından gelen titremeli hezeyan
taşkınlık
delirium tremens
titremeli hezeyan
delirium of frenzy
(Tıp) frenit
delirium of negation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) inkar hezeyanı
delirium tremens
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) titreme hezeyanı
delirium tremens
deliryum tremens
influence delirium
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) etki hezeyanı
experiencing delirium
deliryum yaşıyor
abstinence delirium
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) perhiz hezeyanı
abstinence delirium
(Tıp) rejim çılgınlığı
chronic delirium
(Tıp) müzmin hezeyan
exhaustion delirium
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tükeniş hezeyanı
toxic delirium
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) toksik hezeyan
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İngilizce - İngilizce
A temporary mental state with a sudden onset, usually reversible, including symptoms of confusion, inability to concentrate, disorientation, anxiety, and sometimes hallucinations. Causes can include dehydration, drug intoxication, and severe infection
{n} an alienation of the mind, dotage
a state of mental confusion, typically acute and rapid in onset; that may be caused by factors including disease, drug use and high fever
If someone is suffering from delirium, they are not able to think or speak in a sensible and reasonable way because they are very ill and have a fever. In her delirium, she had fallen to the floor several times. Condition of disorientation, confused thinking, and rapid alternation between mental states. The patient is restless, cannot concentrate, and undergoes emotional changes (e.g., anxiety, apathy, euphoria), sometimes with hallucinations. Delirium usually results from a disorder affecting the brain such as central nervous system infection, head trauma, or mental disorder. In severe cases of withdrawal from alcohol, delirium tremens results not from the excessive alcohol consumption alone but from exhaustion, malnutrition (particularly lack of thiamine), and dehydration
disorder of consciousness in which the patient is bewildered, disoriented and restless There may be associated fear and hallucinations
Strong excitement; wild enthusiasm; madness
{i} temporary mental disorder often caused by fevers or intoxication (characterized by hallucinations, delusions, excitement, etc.); overly excited state
~ A temporary state of confusion sometimes accompanied by slurring of speech and hallucination
a usually brief state of excitement and mental confusion often accompanied by hallucinations
A mental state characterized by disorientation and confusion Anxiety, illusions, or hallucinations may also be present, e g , the delirium of fever, delirium tremens, etc
A state in which the thoughts, expressions, and actions are wild, irregular, and incoherent; mental aberration; a roving or wandering of the mind, usually dependent on a fever or some other disease, and so distinguished from mania, or madness
state of violent mental agitation
A temporary mental state with a sudden onset, usually reversible, including symptoms of confusion, inability to concentrate, disorientation, anxiety and sometimes hallucinations. Causes can include dehydration, drug intoxication and severe infection
From the Latin lira (the ridge left by the plough), hence the verb de-lirare, to make an irregular ridge or balk in ploughing Delirus is one whose mind is not properly tilled or cultivated, a person of irregular intellect; and delirium is the state of a person whose mental faculties are like a field full of balks or irregularities (See Prevarication )
deliracy
mania
delirancy
delirium tremens
A psychosis of chronic alcoholism, usually due to alcohol withdrawal, which can be fatal. Symptoms include sweating, tremors, terrifying hallucinations, insomnia, restlessness, disorientation and anxiety
delirium tremens
hallucinations due to alcoholism
delirium tremens
the DT's. Delirium seen in severe cases of alcohol withdrawal (see alcoholism) complicated by exhaustion, lack of food, and dehydration, usually preceded by physical deterioration due to vomiting and restlessness. The whole body trembles, sometimes with seizures, disorientation, and hallucinations. Delirium tremens lasts 3-10 days, with a reported death rate of up to 20%. Hallucinations may develop independently of delirium tremens and may last days to weeks
delirium tremens
acute delirium caused by alcohol poisoning
delirium tremens
An acute, psychotic state usually occurring during reduction or cessation of alcohol intake after a prolonged or copious intake of alcohol; characterized by symptoms such as tremors, hallucinations, or seizures Requires immediate treatment; may be life threatening
delirium tremens
Occurs in some cases of withdrawal from alcohol Identified by increasing confusion, depression, and terrifying hallucinations, along with persistent and uncontrollable shaking often accompanied by increases in blood pressure to extreme levels This is a medical emergency
delirium tremens
DTs, severe tremors and hallucinations caused by alcohol poisoning
delirium tremens DTs
Delirium seen in severe cases of alcohol withdrawal (see alcoholism) complicated by exhaustion, lack of food, and dehydration, usually preceded by physical deterioration due to vomiting and restlessness. The whole body trembles, sometimes with seizures, disorientation, and hallucinations. Delirium tremens lasts 3-10 days, with a reported death rate of up to 20%. Hallucinations may develop independently of delirium tremens and may last days to weeks
nocturnal delirium
A state of agitation or confusion, especially in elderly patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, which begins daily at nightfall and which is alleviated by daylight

Nocturnal delirium of the senile patient is primarily due to the fact that the severe retention defect, and more particularly the greatly accelerated secondary elaboration (Cameron, 1940) found in senile patients, does not permit of the preservation of the spatial image after darkness has interfered with direct visualization.

deliria
plural of delirium
delirium