bradypsychia

bra·dy·psy·chi·a

(brad'ē-sī'kē-ă),
Slowness of mental reactions.
[brady- + G. psychē, soul]
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bradypsychia

A nonspecific term for slow mental activity; e.g., stupor, clouded.
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After further evaluation on December 20, 2016, his clinical situation was described as a confused mind status, slowdown gait, and bradypsychia. Another cranium CT was performed which revealed gliosis area, centered midline, ectasia of the ventricles, and zygomatic arch fracture.
At 27 years old the patient's psychiatric examination revealed: cognitive function hyperesthesia associated with irritability and irascibility, complex auditive hallucinations with appellative and commentative analytic character ("a voice says that I am going to die"), moderate global hypoprosexia and hypomnesia, decreased and adhesive ideatic rhythm, moderate bradypsychia, decreased imagination.
This patients has some psychic disturbances- the patient is selfish, with increased irritability bradypsychia and Dementia appears later.
Communication is relatively difficult, because of his bradypsychia and a lower level of intelligence.