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A Comparison of Nortriptyline and Amitriptyline in Depression
TLDR
Comparison without diagnostic classification showed no significant difference in outcome between the two drugs, although amitriptyline was consistently more effective, and reactive depressions on this drug showed the least improvement but not significantly inferior to reactive and endogenous cases on nortriptylines.
Double-Blind Comparison of Nortriptyline and Amitriptyline in Depressive Illness
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Previous assessments of nortriptyline have suggested that it has useful anti-depressant properties, and a preliminary trial in which the present authors were involved found that it compared sufficiently favourably with amitriptylines to merit further controlled study.
Successful Hypnotic Abreaction after Twenty Years
It is now widely accepted that abreaction as a technique can most usefully be applied in the field of psychoneurotic reactions arising from exceptionally traumatic experiences. During the last world
A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF NORTRIPTYLINE IN DEPRESSION.
The sudden and unexpected withdrawal of tranylcypromine (Parnate) from the market provided an unusual opportunity to study the effects on patients of withdrawal of psychotherapeutic drugs. A survey
Prediction in Anti-depressant Therapy
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It was decided to test the impression that patients who were going to respond well were already a clinically distinct group after two weeks' exhibition of the drug, and indeed that waiting till four weeks blurred the distinction because by then poor responders might also have improved.
A COMPARISON OF PHENOXYPROPAZINE AND AMYTRYPTILINE IN DEPRESSION.
Phenoxypropazine is compared with amitryptiline in the treatment of 78 hospitalised patients suffering from primary depressive disorders. Most patients on either drug responded well, there being no