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OBJECTIVE: Structural neuroimaging and neuropathological studies have demonstrated a variety of aspects of brain morphology that appear to distinguish schizophrenic patients from comparison subjects (diagnostic effects), a predominance of left-sided pathology (laterality effects), and a greater...
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to characterize the specific effects of imipramine in the treatment of panic disorder with agoraphobia and to delineate dose-response and possibly plasma level- response relationships. METHOD: Eighty patients with panic disorder with agoraphobia were randomly...
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to characterize the neuropsychiatric profile of elderly patients with schizophrenia and establish a patient registry for prospective ante-mortem and post- mortem studies. METHOD: Medical records of all chronically institutionalized patients in eight state...
OBJECTIVE: The authors sought to assess whether the DSM-III-R category of schizoaffective disorder differs meaningfully from schizophrenia and affective illness in clinical features, outcome, and familial psychopathology. In addition, the authors evaluated the validity of two proposed subtyping...
OBJECTIVE: The goal was to compare clinical and neuropsychological characteristics of patients with late-onset schizophrenia, a poorly studied and controversial entity, with those of patients with early- onset schizophrenia and normal subjects. METHOD: The authors evaluated 25 patients who met...
OBJECTIVE: Variations in month of birth were examined in patients with infantile autism to test the hypothesis that birth in a particular month may be a risk factor for this disorder. METHOD: Data for autistic patients registered with the National League for Autism in Israel (N = 188) during the...
This statement was drafted by the Council on Aging. 1 It was approved by the Assembly in November 1994 and by the Board of Trustees in December 1994.
OBJECTIVE: The authors sought to determine whether fluphenazine dose or plasma level predicts clinical improvement or side effects during acute treatment. METHOD: Oral fluphenazine was given in fixed, randomized, double-blind doses (10, 20, or 30 mg/day) for 4 weeks to 72 inpatients with acute...
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