alexa Abstract | Relation between tardive dyskinesia and cholinesterase inhibitor

Journal of Neurology and Neuroscience
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Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is one of the most worrisome side effects associated to narcolepticstreatment (1, 2). Repetitive and patterned movement characterizes this condition.The most typical form of TD is oro-lingual-masticatory the movement (3). Wereport a patient who developed a TD after 9 month of treatment with rivastigmine (cholinesterase inhibitor). Continuos cholinergic-dopaminergic misbalance could bea factor in the pathophysiology of TD

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Author(s): Jesus PortaEtessam Alberto Villarejo Lidia Gomez Vicente


Neuroscience,Neurological disorder

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