Stroke Resulting From a Rapid Switch From Phenelzine to Tranylcypromine
J Clin Psychiatry 1998;59:382-382 [letter]
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Sir: The article by Szuba et al. was brought to my attention by a patient (a social worker) who had a hemorrhagic stroke after being switched from phenelzine to tranylcypromine. This patient remains significantly disabled from the sequelae of her stroke; she was previously described in one of the articles cited by Szuba et al. and was further described in a subsequent article by Gelenberg.