A 20 year old man is brought in by police with agitation and combativeness. On exam, he is tachycardic, hypertensive, and hyperthermic. In general, he is a diaphoretic, flushed man. Neuro exam shows vertical nystagmus even while the patient is awake as well as hyperreflexia. HEENT exam shows miosis and hypersalivation. Psych exam reveals he has acute new-onset schizophrenia, psychosis, audio-visual hallucinations, and paranoid delusions.
Challenge: You avoid the complication of rhabdomyolysis because you recognize this diagnosis as...what?
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