A 43-year-old woman is brought to the emergency department for ongoing convulsive activity. She has.

A 43-year-old woman is brought to the emergency department for ongoing convulsive activity. She has a history of traumatic brain injury 5 years ago with residual encephalomalacia in the left parietal lobe, which has resulted in cognitive impairment and partial epilepsy with secondary generalization. She is maintained on levetiracetam, carbamazepine, and clobazam at home. She is admitted to the ICU, and exam reveals an obese female with tachycardia, BP 134/82, and oxygen saturation of 96%. Her labs show a serum sodium of 128. Which of the following MOST likely is the cause of hyponatremia in

A 43-year-old woman is brought to the emergency department for ongoing convulsive activity. She has a history of traumatic brain injury 5 years ago with residual encephalomalacia in the left parietal lobe, which has resulted in cognitive impairment and partial epilepsy with secondary generalization. She is maintained on levetiracetam, carbamazepine, and clobazam at home. She is admitted to the ICU, and exam reveals an obese female with tachycardia, BP 134/82, and oxygen saturation of 96%. Her labs show a serum sodium of 128. Which of the following MOST likely is the cause of hyponatremia in this patient? A. Poor oral intake of solute B. Medication side effect C. Cerebral salt wasting secondary to brain trauma D. Hypothalamic involvement during epileptiform activity E. Hepatic impairment 6. A 70-year-old man with a history of coronary artery disease, Alzheimer dementia, epilepsy, and chronic kidney disease is admitted to the ICU after presenting with respiratory failure. He started spiking high fevers on the third day and grew Staphylococcus aureus in his sputum. On the fourth day of admission, he starts to have rhythmic jerking of his left upper extremity with gaze deviation. With lorazepam treatment the episode resolves. An MRI of the brain after the event shows atrophy, prominent in the right temporoparietal regions, with some ex vacuo ventricular dilation. Which of the following is the MOST likely explanation for this event? A. Staphylococcal meningitis in the setting of advanced age B. Mycotic aneurysms in the cerebral vasculature as a result of hematogenous spread C. Lowered seizure threshold in the setting of critical illness D. Amyloid spells in advanced Alzheimer disease, in the setting of critical illness E. Late manifestation of hypoxic injury in a patient with baseline brain atrophy

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