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Tardive Dystonia: The Benefits of Time

  • S. J. Cooper (a1), M. M. Doherty (a2) and D. J. King (a3)

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Tardive dystonia is a rare movement disorder. We outline the development of tardive dystonia in a young schizopohrenic, and demonstrate the importance of applying a double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial of any putative successful treatment.

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Tardive Dystonia: The Benefits of Time

  • S. J. Cooper (a1), M. M. Doherty (a2) and D. J. King (a3)

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Tardive Dystonia: The Benefits of Time

  • S. J. Cooper (a1), M. M. Doherty (a2) and D. J. King (a3)
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