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Tuberculosis associated with infliximab, a tumor necrosis factor alpha-neutralizing agent.
Active tuberculosis may develop soon after the initiation of treatment with infliximab, and physicians should screen patients for latent tuberculosis infection or disease before prescribing the drug.
Age‐associated memory impairment: Proposed diagnostic criteria and measures of clinical change — report of a national institute of mental health work group
Sleep and depression.
Trazodone therapy has been shown to reduce the frequency of arousals, the severity of drowsiness, and the duration of REM sleep, and increase restorative slow wave sleep and stage III and IV NREM sleep.
Increased cerebrospinal fluid glutamine levels in depressed patients
The phenomenology of experimentally induced amphetamine psychosis--preliminary observations.
Time-dependent sensitization: the odyssey of a scientific heresy from the laboratory to the door of the clinic
Evidence is presented to show that TDS may be involved in the development of a spectrum of diseases and how drug regimens based on the principles of TDS could provide a novel and revolutionary means of treating psychiatric and other illnesses.
Lifetime prevalence of substance or alcohol abuse and dependence among subjects with bipolar I and II disorders in a voluntary registry.
A voluntary bipolar disorder registry suggests a high prevalence of comorbidity with alcohol and/or substance abuse dependence among subjects with bipolar I versus bipolar II disorder in a voluntary registry.
Psychotropic drug prescription patterns among patients with bipolar I disorder.
Demography appears to have a minimal impact on cross-sectional prescription patterns in subjects with bipolar disorder, and data confirm that combination treatment is far more common than monotherapy.
Tritiated imipramine binding sites are decreased in the frontal cortex of suicides.
Binding characteristics of tritiated imipramine were determined in the frontal cortex of suicides and well-matched controls and were consistent with reports of decreased tritiations in the platelets of patients diagnosed as having a major affective disorder.
Carbamazepine versus lithium in mania: a double-blind study.
- B. Lerer, N. Moore, E. Meyendorff, S. R. Cho, S. Gershon
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of clinical psychiatry
- 1 March 1987
The findings suggest that carbamazepine has antimanic potential in specific bipolar patients whose clinical characteristics remain to be clearly defined.