Neuroleptic induced extrapyramidal symptoms.

Abstract

All currently marketed neuroleptics induce extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS). These EPS are a function of biological sensitivity, neuroleptic molecular structure, dose, age, sex, and duration of neuroleptic treatment. Because of their association with EPS, at times irreversible, and their modest efficacy in the non-schizophrenic patients, neuroleptic… (More)

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@article{Donlon1976NeurolepticIE, title={Neuroleptic induced extrapyramidal symptoms.}, author={Pat Donlon and Rosalind Stenson}, journal={Diseases of the nervous system}, year={1976}, volume={37 11}, pages={629-35} }