A state in which there is less movement than expected.
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Simple catatonia is characterized by changes in behavior, affect, and motor function (with hyper- or hypoactivity).
(94) Regarding dopaminergic transmission, brain imaging studies suggest that SZ results in dopaminergic hyperactivation in subcortical regions (mesoaccumbens circuit) and hypoactivity in the mesoprefrontal circuitry.
These disorders include the Autism Spectrum Disorder (DSM V--Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) (12), which commonly include the following characteristics: persistent deficits in communication and social interaction in multiple contexts; restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior, interests or activities; inflexible adherence to routines; rigid patterns of thoughts; hyper or hypoactivity to sensory stimuli.
Hence, it is assumed that the major problem might be occurring with metabolic hypoactivity which associates with fatigue.
It is evident from behavioral observations that during and after HS, all the control and experimental animals felt restlessness and hypoactivity except CM 2.0 animals which showed moderate running and less time taken in becoming active again.
On postnatal day 4, he began sleeping more than usual and experienced hypoactivity, pallor, jaundice, seizures, metabolic acidosis, and finally respiratory insufficiency, necessitating mechanical ventilation and empiric treatment with cefepime and ampicillin.
Abnormalities occurred in the male rats that had taken the MMEO in the form of symptoms such as hypoactivity and drowsiness.
These commonly include hyperactivity, hypoactivity, depression, cravings for particular foods, repetitive yawning, fatigue, neck stiffness, and/or pain.
Effectors functions: communication displays verbal output disorders-verbal hypoactivity with bradylalia, bradyphemia and low intensity voice.
[9] Along with quantitative defects, qualitative defects have also been documented which are platelet hyperactivity due to aggravating agents like immune complexes and damage of endothelial cells followed by platelet hypoactivity which returns to normal in 1-2 weeks.
The family denied any history of fever, poor feeding, or hypoactivity. He remained a good sucker and active throughout his illness.