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Letters to the Editor

Mirtazapine-Associated Palinopsia

Thomas Ihde-Scholl and James W. Jefferson

Published: May 1, 2001

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: Mirtazapine is a combined noradrenergic and selective serotonergic antagonist that is effective in the treatment of depression. The most common side effects of mirtazapine include dry mouth, drowsiness, sedation, increased appetite, and weight gain. We report an unusual visual disturbance in one of our patients.


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Volume: 62

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