Medication-associated Depersonalization Symptoms: Report of Transient Depersonalization Symptoms Induced by Minocycline

@article{Cohen2004MedicationassociatedDS,
  title={Medication-associated Depersonalization Symptoms: Report of Transient Depersonalization Symptoms Induced by Minocycline},
  author={Philip R. Cohen},
  journal={Southern Medical Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={97},
  pages={70-73}
}
  • Philip R. Cohen
  • Published 1 January 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Southern Medical Journal
Patients with depersonalization disorder experience episodes in which they have a feeling of detachment from themselves. Symptoms of depersonalization may occur in individuals who have other mental disorders, or who have various medical conditions, or who have taken certain medications. A woman developed depersonalization symptoms after initiation of minocycline therapy. Her symptoms ceased after treatment was stopped and recurred when she restarted the drug. Medications that have been… 

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