Quetiapine improves involuntary movements after cerebellar stroke

@article{Mller2002QuetiapineII,
  title={Quetiapine improves involuntary movements after cerebellar stroke},
  author={T. M{\"u}ller and J. Reimer},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2002},
  volume={249},
  pages={1320-1321}
}
Sirs: Delayed onset of involuntary movements, including dystonia, tremor, myoclonus, have been reported after stroke or head trauma. These symptoms are sometimes progressive and often disabling [1, 9]. We describe a patient with right cerebellar stroke followed by delayed onset of ipsilateral involuntary hyperkinetic movements. These markedly improved after a switch from tiapride to quetiapine medication. The female, right-handed 51year-old Ukrainian patient suffered from stroke in the right… Expand
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