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Rounds in the General Hospital

Cognitive and Perceptual Disturbances in a Young Man

Janos Zahajszky, MD; Davin K. Quinn, MD; Felicia A. Smith, MD; and Theodore A. Stern, MD

Published: February 15, 2007

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Have you ever wondered what types of conditions can cause cognitive and perceptual disturbances in a patient without a psychiatric history? Have you been uncertain about what type of evaluation should be initiated? If you have, then the following case vignette (of a young man with cognitive and perceptual disturbances) should serve to provide the forum for answers to these and other questions related to strategies for the workup and treatment of such a patient.

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