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Letters To the Editor

Can Donepezil Be Considered a Mild Antipsychotic in Dementia Treatment? A Report of Donepezil Use in 6 Patients

Takeshi Terao, MD, PhD; Taito Shimomura, MD; and Jun Nakamura, MD, PhD

Published: November 15, 2003

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Letter to the Editor

Can Donepezil Be Considered a Mild Antipsychotic in Dementia Treatment? A Report of Donepezil Use in 6 Patients.


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