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Indications of atypical neuroleptics in child and adolescents

Serpil Erermiž, Müge Tamar.

Today, atypical neuroleptics are being used for treatment of
child and adolescents disorders which are called resistant treatment
schizophrenia, autistic disorder with several behaviour disabilities,
schizophrenic disorders, affective disorders and Tourette
disorder. Clozapine, olanzapine and risperidone are the most
useful atypical neuroleptics. In this paper recent studies which
are being investigated, atypical neuroleptics's endication,
efficacy and safety in childhood were reviewed.

Key words: child and adolescents psychiatry, atypical neuroleptics, pharmacological treatments.

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American Journal of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology


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