Dialysis encephalopathy syndrome

Annual Review of Medicine
A C Alfrey

Abstract

Increasing evidence has been presented with suggests that the dialysis associated encephalopathy syndrome is a distinct syndrome characterized by typically clinical and electroencephalographic features. This syndrome is widespread in distribution and a major cause of death in chronic dialysis patients. Although the specific etiology of this syndrome has not been clearly defined, aluminum intoxication appears to be the most likely possibility at this time.

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