Cataract occurrence with antipsychotic drugs.
- Medicine, PsychologyPsychosomatics
Infrequent occurrences of cataract development have been documented in people taking olanzapine but, again, without established causative association; a similar situation is seen with ziprasidone.
Clinical comparison of thiothixene and thioridazine in schizophrenic adolescents.
- Psychology, MedicineThe American journal of psychiatry
Of 21 schizophrenic adolescents given thiothixene or thioridazine, many responded poorly or experienced sedation, and high-potency neuroleptics may be preferable to the more sedating low- Potency drugs.
Motility, Parkinsonism, and prolactin with thiothixene and thioridazine.
- PsychologyArchives of general psychiatry
Clinical impressions suggest that thioridazine hydrochloride produces fewer extrapyramidal effects and more sedation than thiothixene. These drugs were given, each for three weeks, to 15 chronic…
The dual action of thiothixene.
- Psychology, MedicineArchives of general psychiatry
The clinical literature of thiothixene in adult schizophrenic patients was reviewed in an attempt to correlate optimal dose with chosen indices of the dual action hypothesis; overall efficacy did not correlate with dosage or with activation-stimulation, but showed the presence of an antipsychotic component at least equal to standard antipsychotics.
Study of the activating properties of thiothixene.
- Psychology, MedicinePsychosomatics