Diffuse white matter injury Hatmatoma - extradural
Tumour with oedema
Hypo/hypernatraemia Hypo/hyperkalaemia Hypo/hyper cal caemia Hypo/hyperglycaemia Diabetic ketoacidosis Lactic acidosis Hypo/hyperthermia Uraemia Hepatic failure Porphyria
Vertebral artery disease Bilateral carotid disease
Antidepressants Anticonvulsants Anaesthetic agents
Carbon monoxide Heavy metals
Reduced cerebral blood flow
Subarachnoid haemorrhage 'Spontaneous' intracerebral haematoma Cerebral infarct with oedema and 'shift' Brain stem infarction or haemorrhage
Adrenal crisis (Addison's disease)
Hypoventilation Diffusion deficiency Perfusion deficiency Anaemia
Decreased cardiac output
Vasovagal attack Blood loss Valvular disease Myocardial infarction Cardiac arrhythmias Hypotensive drugs
Catatonia (mutism with decreased motor activity)
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