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(Psychiatry AND Tardive dyskinesia) articles in PubMed
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  • Bradykinesia in early and advanced Parkinson's disease. [Journal Article]
  • J Neurol Sci 2016 Oct 15; 369:286-91JN
  • Bologna M, Leodori G, … Berardelli A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study yields an objective characterization of motor impairment in early and advanced PD. The kinematic assessment of the effects of selegiline on movement abnormalities in early PD provides a better understanding and interpretation of their pathophysiological mechanisms.
  • Antidepressants and benzodiazepines for panic disorder in adults. [Review]
  • Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2016 Sep 12; 9:CD011567CD
  • Bighelli I, Trespidi C, … Barbui C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The identified studies are not sufficient to comprehensively address the objectives of the present review. The majority of studies enrolled a small number of participants and did not provide data for all the outcomes specified in the protocol. For these reasons most of the analyses were underpowered and this limits the overall completeness of evidence. In general, based on the results of the current review, the possible role of antidepressants and benzodiazepines should be assessed by the clinician on an individual basis. The choice of which antidepressant and/or benzodiazepine is prescribed can not be made on the basis of this review only, and should be based on evidence of antidepressants and benzodiazepines efficacy and tolerability, including data from placebo-controlled studies, as a whole. Data on long-term tolerability issues associated with antidepressants and benzodiazepines exposure should also be carefully considered.The present review highlights the need for further higher-quality studies comparing antidepressants with benzodiazepines, which should be conducted with high-methodological standards and including pragmatic outcome measures to provide clinicians with useful and practical data. Data from the present review will be included in a network meta-analysis of psychopharmacological treatment in panic disorder, which will hopefully provide further useful information on this issue.
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