Medical Definition of Coma
Coma: A state of deep, unarousable unconsciousness. A coma may occur as a result of head trauma, disease, poisoning, or numerous other causes. Coma states are sometimes graded based on the absence or presence of reflexive responses to stimuli.
Quick GuideDementia, Alzheimer's Disease, and Aging Brains
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