On examination, patient was stuporous
, no eye opening, extension to painful stimuli.
(1,2) Both stuporous
and hyperexcitable catatonia have been described.
The most prominent clinical manifestation is sleep disturbance, which includes insomnia, laryngeal stridor, sleep breath disturbance, oneiric or stuporous
episodes with hallucinations and confusion, and sleep-related involuntary movements (such as hypnic jerks, restless sleep with frequent changes in body position, and twitchy nonpurposeful movement of limbs).
And this afternoon I'd lost time, might've been a half-hour, forty minutes or more, in my stuporous
sleep in a car I had not realized was Mr.
He was stuporous
with occasional spontaneous eye opening.
Summarizing his life's work, his son, Leiv Gjessing, explained that these biological abnormalities did not occur simultaneously with the stuporous
or excited phases; rather, they were abnormalities that could be corrected with thyroid supplementation .
Exclusion criteria: a) organic or drug induced secondary major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder; b) having somatic or organic mental disorders; c) having serious suicidal ideation or stuporous
state; d) a history of other severe mental disorders: schizophrenia, mental retardation; e) dependence or abuse of alcohol or other substances.
Thought, which is as pervasively affected by depression as mood, is morbid, confused, and stuporous
. It is also vacillating, ruminative, indecisive, and self-castigating.
Postoperatively, he remained intubated for stuporous
On initial physical examination, she was stuporous
and had low blood pressure 70/50 mm Hg and a tachycardia of 100 ppm; she was marbled and had markedly pale conjunctiva and epigastric tenderness, without active rectal bleeding.
On admission, the patient was stuporous
with a Glasgow Coma Score of 12 (E3M5V4).
(v) Mental status: being alert, zero points; being disoriented, one point; being stuporous
, two points; and being comatose, four points