The limitations of antiparkinsonian treatment strategy when using anticholinergic drugs are determined by their side effects induced through excessive inhibition of parasympathetic functions. In the present study we have investigated the peripheral effects of antiparkinsonian agents on blood levels of concomitantly administered neuroleptic drugs. We have… (More)
Described is an approach to understanding sudden behavioral change that is based on a simplified conceptual model of the functional anatomy of the CNS. The model explores the behavioral correlates of three interrelated CNS functional axes: vertical, lateral, and horizontal.