she's in a coma
a road crash left him in a coma
Since comets are mostly composed of ices, their outer layer vaporises as they approach the Sun, forming a cloud of gas and dust called the coma , which gives them a fuzzy appearance.
In one plot a taxi driver, who doesn't realise that he has diabetes despite having the classic symptoms, collapses into a coma in his car.
Isn't it time you were lured into a prolonged, sophisticated coma ?
Rosetta's instruments will analyse the gases and dust grains in the coma that forms when the comet becomes active, as well as the interaction with the solar wind.
He had been in a deep coma at the Royal Hospital for Neurodisability after suffering severe brain damage.
After sustaining a severe heart attack in 1973, my grandmother sank into a deep coma and was placed on life support systems in the hospital.
he fell into a coma
A large pulse through his brain sent him into a deep coma in which he slept for days.