mitgehen

mitgehen

Neurology The allowing by a Pt to have a limb moved in a particular position, regardless of given instructions. Cf Mitmachen.
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The patient's hospital course was notable for continued fluctuating motor symptoms with episodes of severe rigidity in both upper and lower extremities, intermittent droning vocalizations, waxy flexibility, posturing, negativism, automatic obedience, and presence of mitgehen. Such periods were accompanied by diaphoresis and autonomic hyperactivity.
En tal caso, la preposicion formaria una unidad verbal (nachgehen, vorgehen, durchgehen, mitgehen) no debiendose confundir con un complemento situacional o direccional (9).
Por ello, en el analisis de los casos que compartan este tipo de diagnostico, deben tomar peso sintomas <<duros>> como la flexibilidad cerea, la catalepsia, el mitgehen, el gegenhalten y la obediencia automatica.
"In diesem Mitgehen mit der Durchschnittlichkeit des Alltaglichen und mit der uberlieferten Ontologie versucht Heidegger durch Formalisierung der Begriffe eine gewisse Distanz entstehen zu lassen"; Oudemanns, "Heideggers |logische Untersuchungen'," 99.
(14,29) If the diagnosis is not obvious, it might be suspected in the presence of >1 of posturing, automatic obedience, or waxy flexibility, or >2 of echopraxia/echolalia, gegenhalten, negativism, mitgehen, or stereotypy/vergiberation.