While his family and friends report that Mr. D has been acting strange, sleeping only 2-3 hours a night and talking rapidly since the use of the drug, they deny any other recent stressors in his life. They report that Mr. D is an Ivy-League educated man and has no significant medical or psychiatric history, and no family history of psychiatric disorders. About 1 month ago however, Mr. D began to smoke marijuana daily.
What is your differential for this patient? What work-up would you order? How would you treat his psychosis and catatonia?
"Psychosis and catatonia after dancing with a dangerous partner" by Surbhi Khanna, Jordan Rosen, Derek Blevins, and Pamila Herrington (Current Psychiatry)