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What are some examples in symptoms in catatonic schizophrenia?

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Dr. Donald Jacobson
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In brief: Catatonia

Catatonia can take two forms, the most common being catatonic mutism where the person cannot speak.
Their bodies may exhibit waxy flexibility, which is if they are posed by someone else in a certain position, they will not change that position for hours or longer. The other form of catatonia, is catatonic excitement, rarely seen and which is where the patient will literally run until they die.

In brief: Catatonia

Catatonia can take two forms, the most common being catatonic mutism where the person cannot speak.
Their bodies may exhibit waxy flexibility, which is if they are posed by someone else in a certain position, they will not change that position for hours or longer. The other form of catatonia, is catatonic excitement, rarely seen and which is where the patient will literally run until they die.
Dr. Donald Jacobson
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