Amentia

Absence of mind i.e. a mind that never developed or learning disability rather than a mind that was lost or dementia

Amentia

• (n.) Imbecility; total want of understanding.
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amentia

(ә-men´shә) former term for profound mental retardation.
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Amentia

A·men'ti·a noun [ Latin ] (Medicine) Imbecility; total want of understanding.
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Amentia

A severe mental disturbance which renders a person incapable of comprehending the formal object of matrimonial consent or incapable of giving such consent. Ordinarily the term should properly be restricted to cases involving severe psychoses.
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amentia

amentia 1. Without normal mental abilities; such as, a congenital mental deficiency or mental retardation. 2. Mental disorder characterized by confusion, disorientation, and occasionally stupor. 3. Subnormal development of the mind, with particular reference to intellectual capacities; a type of severe mental retardation.
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amentia

extreme mental retardation
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amentia

extreme mental retardation
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Amentia

Subnormal development of the mind, with particular reference to intellectual capacities; a type of
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amentia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-men′shē-ă Synonyms: mental retardation, dementia
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