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Deep stupor: stupor is unresponsiveness from which a person can be aroused only by vigorous, physical stimulation. See detailed information below for a list of 45 causes of Deep stupor, Symptom Checker, including diseases and drug side effect causes.
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Medical Conditions associated with Deep stupor:
Level of consciousness symptoms (1504 causes)
Symptoms related to Deep stupor:
Seizures (2418 causes), Strokes (192 causes), Tumor or abscess, Cardiac arrest (93 causes), Heart or lung disorders if severe, Kidney failure (369 causes), Liver encephalopathy or failure, Hyperglycemia (94 causes), Hypoglycemia (284 causes)
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