Noun(1) a trancelike state with loss of voluntary motion and failure to react to stimuli
(1) ├ö├ç├┐Atypicality├ö├ç├û was initially defined as the inability to induce catalepsy in laboratory animals (as the old, ├ö├ç├┐typical├ö├ç├û, conventional agents can do).(2) Stupor or catalepsy , mutism, posturing/grimacing/stereotypy, echolalia or echopraxia and excessive motor activity were the main catatonic features.(3) The mere prospect of having to recount a personal anecdote plunges me into boredom verging on catalepsy .(4) The hysterics' observable disorders, such as catalepsy , as well as their visual experiences, including hallucination and delirium, were deemed manifest content and, as such, not to be taken at face value.(5) Indications that patients were in hypnosis included observation of eyelid fluttering, catalepsy , and slowed respiration.(6) Admittedly, he suffers from a strange illness which doctors merely call catalepsy , when the muscles become stiff and rigid.(7) Furthermore, high dose morphine is well reported as a cause of rigidity, catalepsy , akathisia, and myoclonus, which must add to the difficulty of interpreting pain on the basis of observation alone.(8) It causes out-of-body experiences or catalepsy , when people are unable to move, sometimes for up to 12 hours.(9) The term ├ö├ç├┐atypical├ö├ç├û was originally used to describe drugs that in animal models predict antipsychotic effects but do not produce catalepsy , most notably clozapine.(10) A spokesperson for the cemetery told the newspaper: ├ö├ç├┐We want to be pioneers and avoid catalepsy cases, in which a person gets completely paralysed for a few hours and ends up buried as if they were dead.├ö├ç├û(11) It was postulated that there could have been a particularly nasty strain of rabies - now extinct - in the Middle Ages that caused its sufferers to fall into a cataleptic coma that mocked death.(12) Among other things, he was prone to seizures and cataleptic fits.(13) Symptoms often began as a cataleptic state with catatonic rigidity.(14) Poor William was so traumatised by this procedure that he suffered a cataleptic fit that his relatives took for death.(15) A cataleptic trance may look like death without being death.
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