- Author:Marion E. Wolf,Aron D. Mosnaim
- Publisher:Amer Psychiatric Pub Inc; 1 edition (November 1, 1988)
- Pages:290 pages
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Tardive Dyskinesia; Biological Mechanisms and Clinical Aspects. Baclofen Induced Mania: Biological Mechanisms and Clinical Aspects. This is a 2007 book by neurologist Oliver Sacks about music and the human brain. Regards, Marion Wolf. We have determined various kinetic parameters for n (MET) degradation by CSF samples from nonneurological patients.
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Biological Mechanisms and Clinical Aspects (The Progress in Psychiatry Series). Published November 1988 by American Psychiatric Publishing, In. .
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Recognising and treating tardive dyskinesia is of paramount importance and results in a more favourable . Drug-induced dysfunction in psychiatry. Tardive dyskinesia - biological mechanisms and clinical aspects.
Reducing antipsychotic exposure to the minimum clinically effective dose and duration increases the possibility of improvement and remission. New York: Hemisphere Publishing Corp. 1992: 131–44Google Scholar. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press, 1988: 199–215Google Scholar.
In Tardive Dyskinesia: Biological Mechanisms and Clinical Aspects, (eds M. E. Wolf & A. D. Mosnaim), pp. 51–66. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, Vol. 24, Issue. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press. Recommend this journal.
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Biological Psychiatry. Wolf, . Ryan, J. and Mosnaim, . Cognitive functions in tardive dyskinesia. Isolation and characterization of phenylethylamine and phenylethanolamine from human brain. Psychological Medicine. Phenylethylamine, phenylacetic acid and methionine enkephaline levels in humans following profound acute stress, in A. Boulton, G. Baker,W. Dewhurst and M. Sandler (ed.