OTHER WORDS FROM catatoniacat·a·to·ni·ac, nouncat·a·ton·ic [kat-uh-ton-ik], /ˌkæt əˈtɒn ɪk/, adjective, noun
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How to use catatonia in a sentence
It is true that it is frequent in catatonia but is not exclusively there.
Taxonomic zeal began to blind vision when Kahlbaum formulated his "Catatonia" and included stupor in the symptom complex.
Fortunately Kahlbaum prevented serious error by leaving the prognosis of his catatonia open.
Most of these cases are usually called catatonia, depression, allied to manic-depressive insanity or allied to dementia prcox.
After weeks of neglecting his tip sheet to study catatonia, he felt close to the payoff.At the Post|Horace Leonard Gold