Related formscat·a·to·ni·ac, nouncat·a·ton·ic [kat-uh-ton-ik] /ˌkæt əˈtɒn ɪk/, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for catatonia
It is true that it is frequent in catatonia but is not exclusively there.
Fortunately Kahlbaum prevented serious error by leaving the prognosis of his catatonia open.
Taxonomic zeal began to blind vision when Kahlbaum formulated his "Catatonia" and included stupor in the symptom complex.
Then you can check your notes and decide if it's schizophrenia, or catatonia, or psychasthenia, or what not.A Thought For Tomorrow|Robert E. Gilbert