Jessica L Goren

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OBJECTIVE Since use of multiple drugs to treat psychiatric patients is increasing, and research on this practice is rare, the authors carried out a retrospective case-control study of multiple versus single antipsychotic treatment in psychiatric inpatients. METHOD Inpatient treatment groups receiving either antipsychotic monotherapy or polytherapy were(More)
BACKGROUND S-adenosyl-L-methionine is an effective treatment for clinical depression, although the mechanism underlying this effect is unclear. Presently, in vivo phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy (31P MRS) and brain transverse relaxometry were employed to test if S-adenosyl-L-methionine supplementation alters brain bioenergetics and/or transverse(More)
OBJECTIVE Patterns of clinical use of antipsychotic agents have changed greatly in the past decade. The authors' goal was to examine these patterns. METHOD They evaluated medication use in all McLean Hospital inpatients treated with antipsychotic drugs during 3 months in 1998 (N=349) and compared the results with McLean Hospital inpatients treated with(More)
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