S H Bracha

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A number of consistent clinical observations provide direction for the hypothesis that pathological sensitization of neuronal systems may be an important factor for relapse or the onset of stimulant-induced psychosis (eg, methamphetamine or amphetamine psychosis, cocaine psychosis and phencyclidine psychosis) and schizophrenia. First, psychotic symptoms can(More)
Previous studies have indicated that schizophrenic patients have olfactory deficits. The question as to whether olfactory deficits are due to chronic effects of medication has not been addressed. This is the first paper to report that never-medicated schizophrenic patients also have olfactory deficits. Twenty four normal subjects and twenty unmedicated(More)
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