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Renal glycosuria is an inherited disorder of renal tubule function in which significant amounts of glucose are excreted in the urine in the simultaneous presence of normal blood glucose levels. Renal glucose titration analyses and HLA genotypes were performed in 5 unrelated affected families with a total of 25 patients and 40 healthy relatives. In each(More)
The interaction between various neuroleptics and antiparkinsonian drugs was analyzed by measuring the neuroleptic plasma level before and after withdrawal of antiparkinsonian drugs. The population completing the study consisted of 32 chronic schizophrenics treated with chlorpromazine (8), levomepromazine (14), thioridazine (6), or haloperidol (4).(More)
A double-blind crossover study on the effects of deanol and lithium carbonate was conducted on a sample of 29 chronic schizophrenic patients with tardive dyskinesia. In addition to his usual treatment with different neuroleptics, each patient received during an 8-week period either deanol, lithium carbonate or placebo. A 4-week wash-out period was inserted(More)
The authors made a polygraphic registration of the night sleep in a sample of 14 chronic schizophrenic patients who for several months (mean 8 months) have been on a stable, relatively low maintenance dosage of neuroleptics administered according to the drug-free weekend schedule (two consecutive drug-free days at the weekend). During this treatment none of(More)