stuporous


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Synonyms for stuporous

lacking responsiveness or alertness

lacking mental and physical alertness and activity

Synonyms for stuporous

stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)

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He highlighted 3 patients with catatonic symptoms; none of them had stuporous episodes [36, 39, 40], but 2 of them appeared to have menstrual exacerbations of epilepsy [39, 40].
Instead of 25 students sitting in neat rows, reciting in unison, listening in stuporous boredom, or performing repetitive individual drills, I had small knots of students clustered at 8 or 10 learning stations about the edges of the room.
The trooper who responded said he noted multiple signs of impairment, including a "stuporous demeanor," slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol on Barkovic's breath.
Set in a stone chambre de bonne with peeling wallpaper and warping floorboards--a red Oriental carpet and a tossed-aside liquor bottle serve as lifestyle indicators--the animation shows the stuporous protagonist vacantly performing his everyday "leisure time." In a sequence about one minute long, the rat lumbers home at night, trips on his rug, and dislodges a precariously placed bowling ball from his desk, predictably conking himself on the head.
In extreme cases, they may appear stuporous or depressed, may become overly aggressive or affectionate, may appear to be seeing things that aren't there, or they may stare off into space.
Stuporous episodes during treatment with sodium valproate: report of seven cases.
The delirious patient also can be hypervigilant, lethargic, sleepy, or stuporous.
When Klenner first saw her, she was stuporous with a white foam around her mouth, and she was also markedly febrile, with a "fever by axilla 106.8 [degrees]F (corrected)." Klenner also noted that the referring physician had already given courses of penicillin, streptomycin, and supportive therapy.
His general condition was poor, his consciousness was stuporous, his spontaneous respiration was week and he was intubated.
He was stuporous and modified Glasgow coma scale score was 5/15 with intermittent tonic posturing.
(14) Patients who are stuporous, comatose, vomiting, or in renal failure should be treated intravenously with either doxycycline or chloramphenicol.
(15) However, adult patients who are stuporous, senile, or have psychiatric illness, are prone to swallowing a variety of foreign objects including animal bones and dentures.
Some nights I'd eat all the ice cream in the refrigerator and then sit there, a slug on his balcony, stuporous and content.
On admission to the hospital, the patient was disoriented and stuporous. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) showed lymphocytic pleocytosis and elevated protein; bacterial cultures, herpes simplex virus (HSV), and enterovirus polymerase chain reaction (PCR) were negative.
On the examination, the patient was stuporous. Body temperature was 36.9[degrees]C, blood pressure was 100/70 mm Hg, heart rate was 117/min, and respiratory rate was 28/min.