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(American Journal of Psychiatry [TA])
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  • Risk of Major Malformations in Infants Following First-Trimester Exposure to Quetiapine. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Psychiatry 2018 Aug 16; :appiajp201818010098
  • Cohen LS, Góez-Mogollón L, … Freeman MP
  • CONCLUSIONS: These data regarding the safety of fetal exposure to quetiapine in a small sample of well-characterized participants are reassuring given that the confidence interval does not exceed a fivefold increased risk of major malformations relative to psychiatric control subjects. Future analyses based on ongoing data collection will produce more precise estimates.
  • White Matter Abnormalities in Never-Treated Patients With Long-Term Schizophrenia. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Psychiatry 2018 Aug 02; :appiajp201817121402
  • Xiao Y, Sun H, … Lui S
  • CONCLUSIONS: These psychoradiological findings provide insight into the regional distribution of white matter deficits in the years after illness onset in long-term schizophrenia. Findings of greater impairments in never-treated patients, and a greater age-related reduction in the genu of the corpus callosum in these patients, suggest that long-term antipsychotic treatment does not adversely affect white matter tracts over the longer-term course of illness and may confer benefits.
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