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BACKGROUND Although panic disorder is generally responsive to single antidepressant pharmacotherapy, a substantial percentage of patients fail either to respond adequately or to maintain a therapeutic response. METHOD The authors report on seven consecutive openly treated patients with panic disorder who showed inadequate antipanic responses to treatment(More)
Outcome of anxiety disorder treatment with psychotherapy and medication is generally as good as or better than that of other psychiatric illnesses. Nevertheless, refractory cases occur. The first step in approaching the treatment-resistant patient with an anxiety disorder is to be certain that the treatment has been adequate. Failure to provide an adequate(More)
Cannabis has been commonly regarded as an innocuous drug, and has been used for centuries due to its multiple therapeutic effects (analgesic, anticonvulsant, sedative, antidepressant, etc.). However, growing evidence in recent years highlights the risk of adverse effects secondary to dependence and withdrawal syndrome. We report a case of severe cannabis(More)
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