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Letters to the Editor

Olfactory Reference Syndrome Responds to Clomipramine But Not Fluoxetine: A Case Report

Roberto A. Dominguez and Alina Puig

Published: November 15, 1997

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: Some psychiatric conditions have features that are comparable
to the intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors that
characterize obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). These are
recognized as obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders. Beyond
a similar symptom profile and associated features, it has
also been postulated that these disorders resemble OCD in their
neurobiology and etiology.


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