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Letters to the Editor

Visual Field “Shimmering” Associated With Nefazodone

William M. Greenberg

Published: February 28, 1999

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: Nefazodone, like trazodone, has been associated with palinopsia (visual perseveration), an otherwise uncommon visual disturbance. I report 2 cases of a different and I believe heretofore undescribed visual disturbance associated with the use of nefazodone.

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