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Clozapine, cancer, and schizophrenia

den, with psychotic features. The patient had numerous tnals of ECT and insulin shock therapy and also underwent bilateral frontal lobotomy oven 30 years earlier. The patient has been followed by the neuropsychology service before and after the lobotomy. Hen full-scale IQ before lobotomytron emission1990; 2:20-27and clinicalcorrelates.J Neuro-Post-lobotomythat shein theIQ between3. Folstein SE: Huntington’s Disease: a Disorder of Families. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1 990, pp 46-48 4. Mesulam M: Principles of Behavioral Neurology. Philadelphia, FA Davis Co, 1985, pp 40-42 JOHN B. WELCH, M.D., Concord, PH.D. N.H.a full-scale94 and101. Thehas a historyof diabetesmellitus,controlled by diet. In I 989 the patient became agitated, belligenent, and intermittently febnile. Hen regimen included fluphenazine, 0.5 mg t.i.d.; divalpnoex, 250 mg t.i.d. (administered for behavioral symptoms); lithium citrate, 150 mg t.i.d.; hydroxyzine, 100 mg b.i.d.; and tolazamide, 100 mg a day. The patient had also been receiving trazodone, so mg b.i.d., for a 10-day period. The patient had a decline in appetite and became more lethargic. She then became febnile, agitated, and belligerent, and during the next 2 daysClozapine,Cancer,hen temperatureto 102.6#{176}F. patient Thehad a WBC count of 20,200 mm3, cneatine phosphokinase of 2,070 mg/day (compared to 152 mg/day two days before), http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Psychiatry American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc (Journal)

Clozapine, cancer, and schizophrenia

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den, with psychotic features. The patient had numerous tnals of ECT and insulin shock therapy and also underwent bilateral frontal lobotomy oven 30 years earlier. The patient has been followed by the neuropsychology service before and after the lobotomy. Hen full-scale IQ before lobotomytron emission1990; 2:20-27and clinicalcorrelates.J Neuro-Post-lobotomythat shein theIQ between3. Folstein SE: Huntington’s Disease: a Disorder of Families. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1 990, pp 46-48 4. Mesulam M: Principles of Behavioral Neurology. Philadelphia, FA Davis Co, 1985, pp 40-42 JOHN B. WELCH, M.D., Concord, PH.D. N.H.a full-scale94 and101. Thehas a historyof diabetesmellitus,controlled by diet. In I 989 the patient became agitated, belligenent, and intermittently febnile. Hen regimen included fluphenazine, 0.5 mg t.i.d.; divalpnoex, 250 mg t.i.d. (administered for behavioral symptoms); lithium citrate, 150 mg t.i.d.; hydroxyzine, 100 mg b.i.d.; and tolazamide, 100 mg a day. The patient had also been receiving trazodone, so mg b.i.d., for a 10-day period. The patient had a decline in appetite and became more lethargic. She then became febnile, agitated, and belligerent, and during the next 2 daysClozapine,Cancer,hen temperatureto 102.6#{176}F. patient Thehad a WBC count of 20,200 mm3, cneatine phosphokinase of 2,070 mg/day (compared to 152 mg/day two days before),
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