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Antiobsessive effect of fluoxetine

Lipton 1978MA,A, KillamKF.York,Press,Effect wouldof Fluoxetine like to report the effect of fluoxetine,SUSEELA WALTER GEORGED. RAVI, DORUS, F. BORGE,M.D. M.D. M.D.serotonin patients of S-HT(S-HT) reuptake with obsessive-compulsiveinhibitor,in the disorders.Hines,Ill.is an antidepressantreuptake in botha selective(1) and(2) and a minimalAdolescent Suicides Modeled After Television Movieon noradrenergic(1). Sincethere is some evidence to implicate serotonin of obsessive-compulsive disorders, the fluoxetine would provide the potential forin the etiology specificity of further under-SIR: On Feb. 10, 1985, ABC television presented “Surviving,” a made-for-television movie concerning the effect of the successful suicides of an adolescent couple on their surviving parents. Before airing the movie, ABC broadcast a warningdisorders.the role of serotonin seven patientsin the pathophysiology obsessive-compulsive DSM-III criteria. remained symptomatic,of these disSix imnecessi-We treatedorder, diagnosedbe allowedto viewmarkedly,the company of their parents. Clearly, ABC was concerned about the potential impact of the movie on adolescents viewing it. Our experience on a consultation-liaison service and a psychiatric emergency room of a moderate-size communitytating additional clonazepam. The by the patient ontreatment with the benzodiazepine obsessive-compulsive symptoms as rated the SCL-90 and as measured by a psychi-(500beds,beds)makes us doubt that the broadcasting of a warning was sufficient to prevent untoward effects from the movie. Two days after the broadcast, we http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Psychiatry American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc (Journal)

Antiobsessive effect of fluoxetine

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Lipton 1978MA,A, KillamKF.York,Press,Effect wouldof Fluoxetine like to report the effect of fluoxetine,SUSEELA WALTER GEORGED. RAVI, DORUS, F. BORGE,M.D. M.D. M.D.serotonin patients of S-HT(S-HT) reuptake with obsessive-compulsiveinhibitor,in the disorders.Hines,Ill.is an antidepressantreuptake in botha selective(1) and(2) and a minimalAdolescent Suicides Modeled After Television Movieon noradrenergic(1). Sincethere is some evidence to implicate serotonin of obsessive-compulsive disorders, the fluoxetine would provide the potential forin the etiology specificity of further under-SIR: On Feb. 10, 1985, ABC television presented “Surviving,” a made-for-television movie concerning the effect of the successful suicides of an adolescent couple on their surviving parents. Before airing the movie, ABC broadcast a warningdisorders.the role of serotonin seven patientsin the pathophysiology obsessive-compulsive DSM-III criteria. remained symptomatic,of these disSix imnecessi-We treatedorder, diagnosedbe allowedto viewmarkedly,the company of their parents. Clearly, ABC was concerned about the potential impact of the movie on adolescents viewing it. Our experience on a consultation-liaison service and a psychiatric emergency room of a moderate-size communitytating additional clonazepam. The by the patient ontreatment with the benzodiazepine obsessive-compulsive symptoms as rated the SCL-90 and as measured by a psychi-(500beds,beds)makes us doubt that the broadcasting of a warning was sufficient to prevent untoward effects from the movie. Two days after the broadcast, we
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