On the other hand, recovery may ensue after the stuporous condition has lasted for several weeks.
Meta S. (Case 15) claimed that while stuporous her tongue would not move.
The name typhus is from , a smoke or fog, and it indicates the befogged, stuporous condition of the patient.
The stuporous face is empty, that of the other lined with melancholy.
He was again in a stuporous condition on his readmission to our hospital, and absolutely oblivious to his surroundings.
August, 1907:—Has been again in a stuporous state for four days.
The next stage is reached where the stuporous case can be stood upon his feet but cannot be induced to walk.
In 24 hours she woke up, began to sing "Rest for the Weary," prayed, then was stuporous again for six hours.
For him, apparently, patients who are markedly inaccessible to examination from whatever cause are "stuporous."
When deafness is associated with mutism, he thinks it is often due merely to the inattention of the stuporous state.
stupor stu·por (stōō'pər, styōō'-)
A state of impaired consciousness characterized by a marked diminution in the capacity to react to environmental stimuli.