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Catatonic Schizophrenia

Catatonic Schizophrenia diagram by Bruce Blaus, Wikimedia
Bruce Blaus, Wikimedia

Catatonia is a psychomotor symptom in which patients present with stupor, although catatonic excitement may also present at the other end of the spectrum. Catatonia has been historically associated with schizophrenia although it is also associated with other neuropsychiatric disorders. Find the latest research on catatonic schizophrenia here.

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BMJ Case Reports

Catatonia due to alprazolam withdrawal

BMJ Case ReportsDecember 21, 2018
Siddharth IyengarTulisa LaRocca
The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry : the Official Journal of the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry

Autoimmune encephalitis with psychosis: Warning signs, step-by-step diagnostics and treatment

The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry : the Official Journal of the World Federation of Societies of Biological PsychiatryDecember 5, 2018
Johann SteinerPeter Falkai
Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences

Catatonia in Patients With Anti-Nmda Receptor Encephalitis

Psychiatry and Clinical NeurosciencesMay 23, 2019
Mariana Espinola-NadurilleJesus Ramirez-Bermudez
Psychological Medicine

Motor abnormalities and basal ganglia in first-episode psychosis (FEP)

Psychological MedicineMarch 3, 2020
Manuel J CuestaVictor Peralta
The Lancet. Psychiatry

Catatonia and the immune system: a review

The Lancet. PsychiatryJune 15, 2019
Jonathan P RogersAnthony S David
Acta Médica Portuguesa

Catatonia in Anti-N-Methyl-D-Aspartate (NMDA) Receptor Encephalitis Misdiagnosed as Schizophrenia

Acta Médica PortuguesaMarch 5, 2020
André PonteJoão Gama Marques
Schizophrenia Bulletin

Cortical Contributions to Distinct Symptom Dimensions of Catatonia

Schizophrenia BulletinFebruary 13, 2019
Dusan HirjakRobert C Wolf
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica

Treatment of catatonia in autism spectrum disorders

Acta Psychiatrica ScandinavicaDecember 7, 2018
L E Wachtel
The Primary Care Companion to CNS Disorders

The Shocking Time It Takes to Initiate ECT: A Clinically and Legally Complicated Case of Catatonia

The Primary Care Companion to CNS DisordersDecember 15, 2018
Anjali ThakrarEsther Akinyemi
World Journal of Psychiatry

Electroconvulsive therapy: 80 years old and still going strong

World Journal of PsychiatryJanuary 12, 2019
Gábor Gazdag, Gabor S Ungvari
The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews

Benzodiazepines for catatonia in people with schizophrenia or other serious mental illnesses

The Cochrane Database of Systematic ReviewsAugust 20, 2019
Hadar ZamanGeoffrey Walcott
Psychiatria Danubina

Maintenance electroconvulsive therapy in schizophrenia

Psychiatria DanubinaApril 6, 2019
Josef KrepelaMichal Hrdlicka

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