stuporous catatonia

stu·por·ous cat·a·to·ni·a

catatonia in which the patient is subdued, mute, and negativistic, accompanied by varying combinations of staring, rigidity, and cataplexy.

stu·por·ous ca·ta·to·ni·a

(stūpŏr-ŭs kată-tōnē-ă)
Catatonia in which the patient is subdued, mute, and negativistic.
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A potential overlapping but confounding condition is stuporous catatonia, with symptoms that include psychomotor slowing such as immobility, staring, and stupor.
48) Finally, although delirium is treated with atypical or conventional antipsychotics vis-a-vis dopamine type 2 receptor antagonism, (45) stuporous catatonia is preferentially treated with gamma-aminobutyric acid-A receptor agonists such as lorazepam.
They commonly present after a stroke or traumatic brain injury, and should be differentiated from depression, hypokinetic delirium, and stuporous catatonia.