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Letters to the Editor

Dr Wolff Replies

Christian G. Wolff, MD

Published: April 1, 2000

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Sir: In this case report, we describe a patient with a DSM-IVdiagnosis of conduct disorder resulting in aggression and violentbehavior whose symptoms were controlled with gabapentinafter he had failed a trial of divalproex sodium. There is one previouslypublished report1 of gabapentin in the treatment of mania,but we found no cases describing its use in aggressionrelated to conduct disorder.

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Volume: 2

Quick Links: Conduct Disorders , Impulse-Control Disorders


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