Tolterodine and memory: dry but forgetful.

@article{Womack2003TolterodineAM,
  title={Tolterodine and memory: dry but forgetful.},
  author={Kyle B. Womack and Kenneth M Heilman},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={2003},
  volume={60 5},
  pages={771-3}
}
BACKGROUND Anticholinergic drugs are known to produce or enhance cognitive deficits. Tolterodine tartrate is marketed as a bladder-selective anticholinergic drug that is reported to be free of significant cognitive adverse effects. OBJECTIVE To describe a 46-year-old woman who had memory loss and abnormal memory test results that improved when she discontinued tolterodine therapy. RESULTS While taking tolterodine, the patient's score on the delayed free recall portion of the Hopkins Verbal… CONTINUE READING