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Comparative trial of Tenormin (atenolol) and Inderal (propranolol) in migraine.
Atenolol, 50 mg, b.i.d., and propranolol, 80 mg b.i.d.,. were given to 28 patients with a presumed diagnosis of migraine, in a placebo-controlled double-blind cross-over study, where each periodExpand
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Treatment of the restless legs syndrome with carbamazepine: a double blind study.
One hundred and seventy four patients suffering from the restless legs syndrome were examined in a double blind, between patient, placebo controlled study in general practice for five weeks toExpand
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SHORT‐TERM CLINICAL TRIAL of PROPRANOLOL IN RACEMIC FORM (INDERAL), D‐PROPRANOLOL and PLACEBO IN MIGRAINE
Propranolol penetrates the blood brain barrier, whereas mainly the racemic form, Inderal, possesses beta‐receptor blocking properties. A comparison between d‐propranolol and Inderal might thereforeExpand
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2‐(2.6‐DICHLOROPHENYLAMINO)‐2‐IMIDAZOLINE HYDROCHLORIDE (ST 155 OR CATAPRESAN) AS A PROPHYLACTIC REMEDY AGAINST MIGRAINE
Twenty‐six migraine patients were included in a double blind study of the migraine‐reducing effect of 2‐(2.6‐dichlorophenylamino)‐2‐imidazoline hydrochloride (ST 155 or Catapresan). Sixteen of 26Expand
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Serum Phenytoin Determinations in Epileptics
Three hundred twelve determinations of serum phenytoin have been performed in 180 patients.
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CLINICAL TRIAL OF A BETA‐RECEPTOR BLOCKING AGENT (LB 46) IN MIGRAINE PROPHYLAXIS
Twenty‐four patients were treated with a beta‐blocking agent (Viskén, LB 46 Sandoz) and placebo in double‐blind study. The dosage of Viskén was 15 mg in 11 patients and 7.5 mg in 13 patients, andExpand
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Carbamazepine therapy in restless legs. Discrimination between responders and non-responders.
One hundred and seventy-four patients suffering from restless legs were included in a double-blind trial. Eighty-four patients were treated with carbamazepine (CBZ) and 90 with placebo.Expand
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APPRAISAL OF BC‐105 IN MIGRAINE PROPHYLAXIS
Prophylactic rcmcdies arc slradily gaining ground in the thrrapy of migraine, and currenlly both methysergide (Sicuteri 1959) and progestogens (Lundberg 1962) arc widely used. A new prophylacticExpand
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[Treatment of benign essential tremor with propranolol].
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