Quetiapine in the elderly with parkinsonism and psychosis
European Psychiatry , Volume 18 - Issue 7 p. 372- 373
In the present open prospective study the effects of quetiapine were investigated in two elderly patients with parkinsonism and psychosis. Treatment induced a marked antipsychotic effect that coincided with an improvement of general motor functioning. These findings support the idea that quetiapine may be preferentially of use in the elderly with parkinson's disease and psychotic symptoms.
|Elderly, Parkinsonism, Psychosis, Quetiapine|
|Organisation||Department of Psychiatry|
Wijnen, H.H, van der Heijden, F.M.M.A, van Schendel, F.M.E, Tuinier, S, & Verhoeven, W.M.A. (2003). Quetiapine in the elderly with parkinsonism and psychosis. European Psychiatry, 18(7), 372–373. doi:10.1016/j.eurpsy.2003.01.001