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Psicosis, manía y catatonía.

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... Among the most frequent are found mutism, stupor, echolalia, echopraxia, stereotype, mannerism, ambitendency, negativism, catalepsy and cereum flexibility [12]. However, none of them represents a pathognomonic sign. ...
... Eventual suspension must be after gradual and cautious tapering [18]. Second line treatment is electroconvulsive therapy [12,19] except for malignant catatonia, in which it must be used as first line and as early as possible [20]. ...
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