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Letters to the Editor

Priapism Associated With Risperidone: A Case Report

James A. Bourgeois, OD, MD; and Harvinder Mundh, MSIV

Published: February 15, 2003

Article Abstract

Sir: We treated a patient who developed priapism during therapy with risperidone and divalproex sodium. He required emergent urologic surgery. Physicians are reminded of the risk and potential consequences of priapism associated with atypical antipsychotic agents


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Volume: 64

Quick Links: Depression (MDD) , Sexual Dysfunction

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Case Report

Safety and Tolerability of Concomitant Intranasal Esketamine Treatment With Irreversible, Nonselective MAOIs: A Case Series

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