This report presents a potential case of risperidone-induced tardive dyskinesia. A 28 year old white schizophrenic male has been under risperidone monotherapy for about one year when he developed dyskinetic movements. There was only a short term exposure to classic antipsychotics prior to risperidone administration.
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Tardive dystonia is a subtype of tardive dyskinesia which is rarely recognised and diagnosed. Tardive dystonia occurs clearly less frequently than oro-bucco-lingual dyskinesia (approx. 1 vs. 20%). We present a case report and give a survey on the characteristics of tardive dystonia, its differential diagnosis and treatment as described in literature.