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Phenomenological Aspects of Obsessional Patients Treated with Clomipramine

  • N. Capstick (a1) and J. Seldrup (a2)

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In an open clinical trial of clomipramine (chlorimipramine, Anafranil, Geigy), the phenomenological aspects and the response to treatment of twenty-five patients suffering from obsessional disorders were studied. The criterion for admission was the presence of distressing obsessional symptoms. Thirteen of the patients were diagnosed as suffering from a true obsessional state, six from depression, four from schizophrenia; one was an epileptic, and one was of uncertain classification. The drug technique has been described (Capstick, 1971a).

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Capstick, N. (1971a). ‘Chlorimipramine in obsessional states.’ Psychosomatics, 12, 332–5.
Capstick, N. (1971b). ‘Anafranil in obsessional states—a follow-up study.’ Paper presented at Fifth World Congress of Psychiatry, Mexico.
Pollitt, J. (1957). ‘Natural history of obsessional states.’ British Medical Journal, i, 194.

Phenomenological Aspects of Obsessional Patients Treated with Clomipramine

  • N. Capstick (a1) and J. Seldrup (a2)

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Phenomenological Aspects of Obsessional Patients Treated with Clomipramine

  • N. Capstick (a1) and J. Seldrup (a2)
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