obnubilation


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obnubilation

(ɒbˌnjuːbɪˈleɪʃən)
n
(Medicine) med the obscuring or dimming of awareness or mental faculties
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For the parents of the former soldiers, this condition reached a climax due to the obnubilation, the rejection of the event, because "now everything is forgotten about the war" (Iustina Gavrilova Pirogov).
A few days after the discharge, a new hospitalization at a Neurological Department occurred urgently because of aphasia and mental obnubilation. Brain CT scan was negative for focal lesions; however, the lumbar puncture (LB) showed the presence of 300 mononucleated cells (MNC)/[micro]l in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Regarding the mental confusion that is linked to uncertainty states, obnubilation, and indecision (42), the findings indicate that the athletes' normal status was expected (6).