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Am J Ment Retard


Title:Adverse behavioral effects in individuals with mental retardation and mood disorders treated with carbamazepine
Author(s):Friedman, D. L. Kastner, T. Plummer, A. T. Ruiz, M. Q. Henning, D.
Address:Developmental Disabilities Center, Morristown Memorial Hospital, NJ 07962-1956.
Year:1992 Mar
Journal Title:Am J Ment Retard
Page Number:541-6
Language:eng
Volume:96
Issue:5
ISSN/ISBN:0895-8017 (Print). 0895-8017 (Linking)
Abstract:The incidence of carbamazepine-associated behavioral side effects in 65 individuals with mental retardation and additional seizure and/or psychiatric or behavioral disorders was evaluated. We identified 6 patients (9.2%) who experienced medication side ef

 
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