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Catatonia and dementia: a case report
Introduction Catatonia is a neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by motor, behavioral and autonomic changes. It is associated with several psychiatric disorders, including dementia. Catatonia is an underdiagnosed syndrome, so it is important to draw attention to it. Here, we review a case of a patient admitted to our psychiatric department with a clinical presentation compatible with catatonia. After proper treatment, further assessment revealed dementia. Objectives This work aims todoi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2022.1674 fatcat:uv4xim3eeras7a5pvjnyuzcdm4