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Persistent vegetative state

Persistent vegetative state (PVS), also known as plant survival, has similar symptoms, such as decortication syndrome, blinking coma, coma, neocortical death, waking coma, long-term coma, persistent loss of consciousness, protracted coma, etc. In 1993, the American Academy of Neurology suggested that only three names should be retained in the naming of clinical consciousness disorders, namely coma, locked state and persistent vegetative state, and other names should be abolished.

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