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We report the neurobehavioral aspects of the delayed encephalopathy of carbon monoxide (CO) intoxication in a 29 year old woman and review the literature. Four weeks after CO poisoning, the patient developed a frontal lobe syndrome, visuoperceptual impairment, and diffuse white matter lesions with an otherwise normal neurological examination. In contrast, patients with the classical syndrome also have a parkinsonian state or an akinetic–mute state. The delayed encephalopathy of CO poisoningdoi:10.1155/1995/136831 pmid:24487403 fatcat:6w4lp4rda5efzjqo7uvnr5uv5u