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Year : 1989  |  Volume : 35  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 3-8

Centbutindole vs trifluoperazine : a double-blind controlled clinical study in acute schizophrenia.



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Twenty-nine acute schizophrenic patients were treated under double-blind conditions for six weeks with either centbutindole in a dose range of 3 mg/day to 4.5 mg/day or trifluoperazine in the dose range of 15 mg/day to 22.5 mg/day. Both drugs produced a significant improvement in initial psychopathology. No significant differences were demonstrated between the two treatment conditions.






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