Syndromes of stupefaction
These include stunning, delirium, amentia, oneiroid, twilight stupefaction, etc.
Stunning is a symptom of turning off consciousness, accompanied by a weakening of the perception of external stimuli. Patients do not immediately respond to questions surrounding the situation. They are lethargic, indifferent to everything happening around, inhibited. When the severity of the disease increases, stunning can turn into stupor and coma. The coma is characterized by the loss of all types of orientation and responses to external stimuli. When leaving the state of coma, patients do not remember anything that happened to them. The deactivation of consciousness is observed in renal, hepatic insufficiency, diabetes and other diseases.
- Oneroid state (waking dream)
- Amental state (amentia)
- Twilight Clouding
- Mental disorders in lesions of cerebral vessels
- Vascular dementia (dementia)
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