PMID: 7091433Aug 1, 1982Paper

An indication for use of imipramine in attention deficit disorder

The American Journal of Psychiatry
W H Cox

Abstract

Many children with attention deficit disorder also meet DSM-III criteria for separation anxiety disorder, the symptoms of which cluster in four of the nine criteria. In a study of 14 boys with both diagnoses, the attention deficit disorder of every boy responded to imipramine.

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