Definitions for "Catatonic schizophrenia"
unusual voluntary movements, postures and grimacing; repetition of words or phrases. People can be extremely withdrawn and motionless, then extremely excited, pacing, talking, shouting incoherently. They can be dangerous if their behaviour becomes impulsive and frenzied.
A subtype of schizophrenia whose primary symptoms alternate between stuporous immobility and excited agitation.
a type of schizophrenia marked by unusual motor behavior, such as bizarre actions, extreme agitation, or immobile stupor. 503