Jeffrey L. Boyd

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A series of 33 patients with combined (injurious) sleepwalking, sleep terrors, and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (viz. "parasomnia overlap disorder") was gathered over an 8-year period. Patients underwent clinical and polysomnographic evaluations. Mean age was 34 +/- 14 (SD) years; mean age of parasomnia onset was 15 +/- 16 years (range(More)
Depressed patients (N=31), who met Research Diagnostic Criteria for major affective disorder-depressed, were severely ill and maintained drug-free for a 1-week period on inpatient status. They received a fixed dose (150 mg/day) of desipramine for a 4-week period with drug plasma level determination and clinical ratings performed at fixed time intervals(More)
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