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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Striatum-learning objective: describe the site of action of neuroleptics-induced tardive dyskinesia. answer: d the many years of antipsychotic therapy and the signs and symptoms of the patient...Read More

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Chachelly
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
It is an atypical neuroleptic which reduces positive and negative symptoms without exacerbating the underlying Parkinson’s disease.

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Chlorpromazine-induced relaxation of the detrusor muscle-learning objective: explain the mechanism of chlorpromazine-induced urinary retention.answer: bprostatic hyperplasia is the most common cause...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Blockade of dopamine receptors in the pituitary-learning objective: explain the mechanism of neuroleptic induced hyperprolactinemia. answer: d the amenorrhea and galactorrhea are adverse effects of...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Haloperidol-learning objective: describe the neuroleptic malignant syndrome. answer: c the clinical picture is typical of neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms), a rare, yet potentially lethal...Read More

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Chachelly
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
The symptoms are consistent with haloperidol-induced akathisia and tardive dyskinesia and are due to supersensitive dopamine receptors.

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Dysphoria, sleepiness-learning objective: describe the mental effects of neuroleptics in normal individuals. answer: c in normal persons neuroleptics do not cause euphoria, but rather a feeling of...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Akathisia-learning objective: describe the fluphenazine induced akathisia answer: d akathisia is one of the dose-dependent extrapyramidal disorders that can be caused by neuroleptics. these...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
The symptoms are consistent with haloperidol-induced akathisia and tardive dyskinesia and are due to supersensitive dopamine receptors.

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205 views
John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
It is an atypical neuroleptic which reduces positive and negative symptoms without exacerbating the underlying Parkinson’s disease.

1 Answer

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