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Differential Diagnosis

The differential diagnosis for delirium is divided into the underlying medical condition precipitating the patient’s change in mental status and an alternative diagnosis that can be confused with delirium. It is useful to categorize this first category of conditions into those that are critical, emergent, and iatrogenic. (See Table 1.)

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