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Treatment of Disequilibrium and Nausea in the SRI Discontinuation Syndrome

Article Abstract

Sir: Serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SRIs) and venlafaxine continue to play a prominent role in the treatment of depression. Utilization of these agents, however, has been complicated by the now well-described serotonin discontinuation syndrome.

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