Clomipramine and flupenthixol--additive antidepressants?

Connelly, Peter; Naylor, Graham J.; Connelly, P; Naylor, G J
May 1987
British Journal of Psychiatry;May87, Vol. 150, p721
Academic Journal
case study
A letter to the editor is presented about the effect of manipulating flupenthixol dose when a stable tricyclic regime is being given concurrently.


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