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Is it paraplegia or locked in state

19/m who was brought in emergency in A/s.according to his brother they were sleeping in evening.when the brother after waking noticed that the pt was in A/s with frothing form ,mouth with bowel bladder involvement.no signs of head injury present,no h/o poisioning present.he was intubated because of aspiration pneumonitis.in icu he had 1 episode of rt sided seizures.today only the left leg showed seizure.also pt is not maintaining sat and BP. no h/o fever present.electrolytes are normal in abg.he is given inj epsilon,inj valproate and inj levetracetam.he only moves his eyes and nothing else.his eye movements are very peculiar.kindly comment on the DD and further workup and management.

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this may be because of brain hypoxia as a result of prolonged seizure

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this may be because of brain hypoxia as a result of prolonged seizure

This is his posture

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