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Questions and Answers: The Role of Pharmacotherapy in the Clinical Management of Insomnia


Published: November 15, 2006

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Dr. Glazer: Dr. Doghramji, please describe a typical
insomnia case from your practice.
Dr. Doghramji: A 50-year-old man came into my office
primarily for acute sinusitis. As I was finishing my
examination, he said, "Doctor, what are you going to do
about my sleep problems?"

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