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Diary From the Front Lines

Cocktails and Kitchen Sinks

Christian G. Wolff, MD

Published: December 1, 2002

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The first person on my schedule today is TY. This 43-year-old is a woman at her wit’s end. Suffering for a week with vestibular neuritis, she won’t take diazepam because her husband is traveling on business overseas and she has 2 toddlers at home. Meclizine has been ineffective, as have other antihistamines.


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Volume: 4

Quick Links: Anxiety , Anxiolytics

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