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Pulmonary encephalopathy

Pulmonary encephalopathy, also known as pulmonary heart brain syndrome, is brain tissue damage and cerebral circulation disorder caused by chronic bronchitis complicated with emphysema, pulmonary heart disease and pulmonary failure. The main basis is chronic lung disease with pulmonary failure; The clinical manifestations include disturbance of consciousness, neurological and psychiatric symptoms and localized neurological signs; Blood gas analysis showed pulmonary insufficiency and hypercapnia; It was diagnosed by excluding neurological and mental disorders caused by other reasons.

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