CSF biomarkers in delirium: a systematic review

@article{Hall2018CSFBI,
  title={CSF biomarkers in delirium: a systematic review},
  author={Roanna J. Hall and Leiv Otto Watne and Emma L Cunningham and Henrik Zetterberg and Susan D. Shenkin and Torgeir Bruun Wyller and Alasdair M. J. MacLullich},
  journal={International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={1479 - 1500}
}
In recent years, there has been a blossoming of studies examining cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) as a method of studying the pathophysiology of delirium. We systematically reviewed the literature for CSF studies in delirium and provide here a summary of the implications for our understanding of delirium pathophysiology. We also summarise the methods used for CSF analysis and discuss challenges and implications for future studies. 
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