Reverse Morphosis Disorder (commonly known as RMD), is a condition of unknown-origin or diagnosis spreading throughout Kirimori City. The affected show symptoms of increased apathetic behaviour, followed by impairment of speech with memory loss, and ultimately comatose.
There is no known cure, yet cases of sudden recovery is not uncommon. Studies regarding any way to combat or alleviate the abnormality have been so far inconclusive.
A cure was developed to be effective against the order due to the efforts of an dependent group the RMD Research Team called Absinpirdine.
History and Findings Edit
Initial Findings Edit
Initial studies reveal the disorder's symptoms are caused by cerebral deterioration. The affected show symptoms of increased apathetic behaviour, followed by impairment of speech with memory loss, and eventually lose consciousness. Once symptoms show, the patient is assured to go into an indefinite comatose state.
An exception was discovered in which symptoms appear differently, having no real brain damage and only were affected by shift in behaviour that wasn't exactly just apathy.
The original report on the matter by Katashi Souta, PhD. as follows:
Among all the comatose patients that were admitted in Kirimori Hospital, we have discovered deterioration in some parts of the brain. With careful study, we had discovered that the brain cells which comprise these parts are slowly reducing in number, greatly affecting the internal functions in the body.
From a simple interview with their relatives regarding the previous behaviour of these patients, we have noted quite a number of patients which had an immediate change in behaviour a few weeks before they were admitted to the hospital.
They were noted to develop an apathetic state; a loss of will to do anything, even the things that they loved to do, and failed to follow their daily routines. These patients also lost the urge to eat or even move around, and preferred to remain on their beds, and do absolutely nothing. This was shortly followed by their inability to talk, and gradual memory loss, until they were reported to lose consciousness.
Although, there are two rare cases which becomes an exception to this find. Two teenagers, by the name of Nakamura and Yamada, who were admitted at the same time in Kirimori Hospital, were together when they were found.
Seeing as how they are among the number of comatose patients, their relatives claim that there was no sudden change in behavior, unlike what we have found with the other patients. The effect was seemingly immediate, and there is also brain cell deterioration present in them. This abrupt shift in behaviour is quite a troublesome find, but with the number of patients rising each day, we must work faster to purge this disease for good.