Friedrich Medlin

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BACKGROUND Conversion disorder (CD) is no longer a diagnosis of exclusion. The new DSM-V criteria highlight the importance of 'positive signs' on neurological examination. Only few signs have been validated, and little is known about their reliability. OBJECTIVE The aim was to examine the clinical value of bedside positive signs in the diagnosis of CD(More)
INTRODUCTION Increased risks of weight gain and diabetes mellitus have been reported for schizophrenic patients under long-term treatment with several atypical antipsychotic drugs including olanzapine. Among other antipsychotic drugs, treatment with the selective dopamine D2 and D3 receptor antagonist amisulpride has been implicated with a lower risk for(More)
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