Recent Examples of catatonia from the Web
These patients suffer from acute psychiatric conditions, including treatment-resistant depression, bipolar disorder, psychosis and catatonia.
Ugliness is also a way of responding to the difficulty of being a painter now — self-conscious to the point of catatonia, asked to practice a medium that has routinely and falsely been declared dead since its inception.
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Origin and Etymology of catatonia
First Known Use: circa 1891See Words from the same year
medical Definition of catatonia
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