Behavioral Health

{"ops":[{"insert":"Catatonia"},{"insert":"\n","attributes":{"header":1}},{"insert":"Catatonia is the inability to move normally despite having the physical capacity to do so. It is a motor dysregulation syndrome best viewed as a distinct cluster of symptoms rather than a diagnosis in itself.\r\n\r\nApart from several other well-known etiologies such as paraneoplastic syndromes, metabolic conditions, encephalitis, and stroke, catatonia is strongly associated with psychiatric illnesses. It is known to occur in schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and depressive disorders, amongst others. Catatonia may also occur with the use medications such as steroids and neuroleptics, and with the use of illicit substances such as ecstasy. \r\n\r\nThe Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth "}]}

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