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Dyskinesia With Fluoxetine: Tardive or Late-Onset Persistent, Acute Norfluoxetine Dyskinesia?
J Clin Psychiatry 1997;58(2):85 [letter]
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Letter to the Editor
Sir: N. H. Sandler, M.D. (February 1996 issue), reported a
fascinating fluoxetine-related lingual dyskinesia. We wish to
pose some additional considerations. While these lingual movements
may represent tardive dyskinesia (TD), Schooler and
Kane described properties of TD not reported in this case:
masking of TD with dyskinetogenic drug dose increases, rebound
worsening with dose reductions, and the necessity of excluding
other dyskinesia etiologies.