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OBJECTIVE: The rate of depressive symptoms early in the course of schizophrenia was determined. METHOD: Seventy subjects with recent-onset schizophrenia were followed for 5 years by using semistructured interview instruments. The initial assessment included ratings of each criterion A symptom of...
OBJECTIVE: Clozapine and risperidone were the first two "second-generation" antipsychotic drugs approved for schizophrenia. There is currently little information about their comparative efficacy from head-to-head clinical trials. The purpose of this study was to examine the comparative efficacy...
OBJECTIVE: Previous human postmortem experiments have shown an abnormally high number of dopamine uptake sites in the striatum of chronic cocaine users, which might contribute to cocaine withdrawal symptoms such as depression and suicidality. Previous inconsistencies in results were perhaps...
OBJECTIVE: The authors studied the risk of tardive dyskinesia for older patients in the early stages of treatment with typical neuroleptics. METHOD: They examined the cumulative incidence of tardive dyskinesia 1, 3, 6, 9, and 12 months after the institution of neuroleptic therapy among 307...
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