This is a Dirty Dozen update on catatonia, inspired by a colleague, Dr. James Beeghly, MD, who delivered an excellent presentation on the subject at a recent departmental Grand Rounds conference. It’s a follow-up to the catatonia quiz and I hope it clarifies a couple of points. I have other posts on catatonia here as well, all free. I think the following videos probably do a better job of illustrating what catatonia looks like than any attempt at written or verbal description. If you have any comments, corrections, or questions, I’m happy to hear them!
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