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Discussing the Risk of Tardive Dyskinesia With Patients and Screening for Signs

Article Abstract

Your patients taking antipsychotics may be at risk for developing tardive dyskinesia. In this Case and Comment activity, follow Martha, a 60-year-old woman being treated with an antipsychotic medication for her treatment-resistant depression.

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