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He followed it with Awakenings in 1973, documenting the miraculous recovery and relapse of catatonic patients who began to clap, walk and talk after treatment with a medication for Parkinson’s disease, before fading back into unresponsiveness.Perspective-changing experiences, good or bad, can lead to richer lives|Sujata Gupta|September 1, 2021|Science News
Catatonic, he crawls on his hands and knees like an infantilized clown back to his white Lamborghini.Why Leonardo DiCaprio, Who Wows in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Deserves to (Finally) Win An Oscar|Marlow Stern|February 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well, were either of you that sorry girl who turned completely catatonic and needed to be carted off to a psychiatric hospital?‘Revenge Wears Prada’: The 11 Most Cringeworthy Moments|Abby Haglage|June 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I thought about my younger siblings, and how I might have been catatonic if I lost them in the same manner.
During the 10-minute court proceeding, Holmes looked at times like he was in a catatonic state.
I felt he had no obligation to stay in Cleveland, but at least he could have thanked the folks there without appearing catatonic.
But I think he is catatonic now; he has lost all touch with the outside.
At first, it looked as though Lasser would go the way of Sager and Pederson, ending up as a hopelessly insane catatonic.
Two men with rifles plunged into the gas; sighing, they fell to the floor in a catatonic trance.The Green Beret|Thomas Edward Purdom
Raecke further calls attention to the manifold similarities which these conditions may show with catatonic processes.
Kutner, in a work on the catatonic states in degenerates, describes this condition at length.