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Definition of Amentia

Amentia
Amentia A*men"ti*a, n. [L.] (Med.) Imbecility; total want of understanding.

Meaning of Amentia from wikipedia

- untreated congenital hypothyroidism. Amentia has a long history, mostly ****ociated with dementia. The difference between amentia and dementia was originally defined...
- was a 20th-century British neurologist and psychiatrist and expert in Amentia. He also wrote on eugenics from the early 20th century. He was a member...
- other parts of a sentence. Vicit pudorem libido timorem audacia rationem amentia. (Cicero, Pro Cluentio, VI.15) "Lust conquered shame; audacity, fear; madness...
- example, twilight clouding of consciousness, amential syndrome also known as amentia, delirious syndrome, stunned consciousness syndrome, oneiroid syndrome)...
- Deviant". Deviant Behavior: 93–115. Tredgold C (1908). Mental Deficiency (Amentia) (1 ed.). New York: William Wood & Company. Connors C (2000)....
- Railway) 'Humsafar' Three Tier AC Coach (A 3 Tier Coach with new specified Amentias) 1st AC (Air-Conditioned) Sleeper Coach (5 ft 6 in or 1,676 mm BG) 2 Tier...
- tolerate with a temporary loss of power. 30 4 "La Principessa Amentia" / "Princess Amentia" "Queen of Perfection" 28 April 2005 (2005-04-28) 1 October 2005...
- disavowal of reality, such as we find in an isolated form nowhere else but amentia, in a state of blissful hallucinatory confusion". Examples from a 295-subject...
- next line-up change took place: Valery was replaced by Alexander Goron (Amentia, Posthumous Blasphemer), and the place of Ilya took Nikodem Ciesluk. The...
- neuroses: coma, adynamias, spasms, and vesanias. The vesanias included amentia, melancholia, mania, and oneirodynia. Towards the end of the 18th century...
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