a state in which a person is unconscious and cannot be woken, caused by damage khổng lồ the brain after an accident or illness:

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a state of being unconscious, in which a person cannot be waked, usually caused by illness or injury:
The cấp độ of consciousness, the position on the continuum between full consciousness và deep coma, is determined by the alertness of the individual.
These vary from a delirium, causing more or less anxiety, khổng lồ definite meninjtis producing rapid và stupor và ultimately, coma.
Metastatic cancer in-uences coma only indirectly, through brain tumour & increased total serum calcium.
Conversely, those not in coma with more s uperficial bleeds may have more t o gain f rom a surgical opinion.
I fully agree with their definition of catatonia as a syndrome as analogous lớn other syndromes in medicine such as fever or coma.
By doing so, we assess the robustness of the prognosis of falling inkhổng lồ a coma for an arbitrary patient with a primary tumour.
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