Sympathoadrenomedullary activity in the neuroleptic malignant syndrome.

Abstract

Many clinical features of the neuroleptic malignant syndrome suggest that sympathetic nervous system hyperactivity is involved in the pathophysiology of this disorder. Only a few studies have examined levels of catecholamines or their metabolites in patients with NMS; results so far have been inconclusive. In the present study urinary catecholamine… (More)

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