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1,623 Possible Causes for Amotivation, Difficulty Rising from a Squatting Position, Stupor

  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    In untreated patients, stupor may progress to coma, then to death. There are no specific diagnostic studies.[merckmanuals.com] Calf muscle tenderness, difficulty rising from a squatting position, and decreased vibratory sensation in the toes are early signs. Muscle wasting occurs.[merckmanuals.com] The most common presenting symptoms of WE are mental status changes. [5] Stupor and coma are rare manifestations of WE.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Neurosyphilis

    BACKGROUND: Neurosyphilis might be difficult to diagnose particularly in asymptomatic patients and patients with HIV-coinfection. The objective of this study was to evaluate current diagnostic standards for neurosyphilis in HIV-positive and -negative patients. METHODS: We studied retrospectively patients with an[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Disorganized Schizophrenia

    […] disorganization a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted catatonic type schizophrenia a form of schizophrenia characterized by a tendency to remain in a fixed stuporous[vocabulary.com] Catatonic schizophrenia is characterized by disturbances of movement that may include rigidity, stupor, agitation, bizarre posturing, and repetitive imitations of the movements[science.jrank.org] […] loss of contact with reality;appearance in young adulthood consisting of hallucinations and delusions, psychotic Catatoic Stupor-immobile, expressionless, coma like state[quizlet.com]

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  • Alcohol Abuse

    […] capabilities so great that the person is at risk of choking on vomit, falling, or getting into a serious accident. 0.3 percent and above: Consciousness may diminish, ranging from a stupor[americanaddictioncenters.org] In addition, affective and behavioral systems may be affected by an amotivational syndrome.[dx.doi.org] The main symptoms are vomiting, stupor, behavioural changes, and major impairment of the central nervous system followed by dehydration and headache.[medbroadcast.com]

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  • Hyoscyamus Niger Poisoning

    As the mania advances he seems to lie in a sort of stupor and yet it is not a real stupor, because the slightest noise rouses him into all these forms of violent mania.[vithoulkas.com] Chronic poisoning Amotivational syndrome – lethargic, apathetic, disinterested, poor concentration Manic / paranoid psychosis (Running amok) Treatment: Decontamination, benzodiazipines[slideshare.net] -Low muttering delirium, constant carphologia, deep stupor. -Convulsions, trembling, jerks, twitchings, cramps.[cure4incurables.com]

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  • Catatonia

    In catatonic stupor, i.e. immobility and stupor, the first-line therapy is electrotherapy, preferably at an earliest possible stage.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Aggressivity Stereotypies Tics Grimacing Echolalia Echopraxia Perseveration Verbigeration Staring, gaze fixation Withdrawal Immobility Challenging behaviour Tremor Slowness Amotivation[en.wikipedia.org] "Stupor: A Conceptual History". Psychological Medicine. 11 : 677–688. Berrios, G. E. (1981). "Stupor Revisited". Comprehensive Psychiatry. 22 : 466–478.[en.wikipedia.org]

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  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

    Slurred speech or acting drunk Amnesia Physical weakness or lack of coordination Hypotonia (lack of muscle tone) Blurry vision Difficulty breathing or depressed breathing Stupor[americanaddictioncenters.org] […] paranoid delusions, perception of slowed time, conjunctival injection, impaired judgment, social withdrawal, appetite, dry mouth, hallucinations largely psychological effects amotivational[step2.medbullets.com] These were identical with those described by McCarron et al for assessing the severity of barbiturate intoxication. 7 A 7 point scale of conscious state (alert, drowsy, stuporous[doi.org]

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  • Kluver-Bucy Syndrome

    A 17-year-old right-handed high school boy got into stupor within five minutes after 3-rounds of sparing at boxing.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] An 8 year old developed diabetic ketoacidosis and stupor.[nature.com]

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  • Overdose

    Confusion Rapid heartbeat Agitation Shakiness Severe Symptoms Fainting Heart problems Changes in blood pressure (higher or lower than normal) Seizures Delirium Hallucinations Stupor[verywell.com] See also: amotivational syndrome cardiomyopathy, alcoholic See alcoholic cardiomyopathy child of an alcoholic (COA) An individual with at least one parent who is or was an[who.int] […] weak pulse, clammy skin, coma, death from respiratory arrest Hallucinogens: psychotic features, agitation, delirium Inhalants: marked CNS depression, loss of consciousness, stupor[americanaddictioncenters.org]

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  • Schizophrenia

    In a monograph titled Benign Stupors, August Hoch described 25 psychiatric patients in stupor.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] ., alogia or amotivation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] As children, patients may have shown prodromal symptoms of a psychotic disorder, such as social isolation, deteriorating school performance, mood lability, amotivation, avolition[web.archive.org]

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