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Letters to the Editor

Gastroesophageal Reflux as a Possible Result of Clozapine Treatment

Robert W. Baker and K. N. Roy Chengappa

Published: May 15, 1998

Article Abstract

Sir: Stoner and colleagues provided interesting and what they called "encouraging" reports of 2 full-term infants born to mothers taking clozapine. One 8-day-old infant had a seizure potentially due to clozapine, because the drug crosses the placenta. The same infant had evidence of gastroesophageal reflux, but diagnosis was uncertain owing to apparent concomitant gastroenteritis.


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