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Drs. Bauer and Reischies Reply
J Clin Psychiatry 1997;58:219-220 [letter]
Copyright 1997 Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.
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Letter to the Editor
Sir: We are pleased at Dr. Knoll’s interest in our report1 on
clozapine-induced myoclonus. Similar to the course in four of
our patients, clozapine-related myoclonus in the case described
by Dr. Knoll was relieved after clozapine dose reduction. We
have gathered more positive experience with the addition of
carbamazepine in clozapine-induced myoclonus, a procedure
we apply if a clozapine dose reduction is connected to a significant
deterioration in psychotic symptoms in otherwise