PMID: 1977486Aug 1, 1990

Rabbit syndrome--a rare complication of long-term neuroleptic medication

The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science
D K DeshmukhM R Agarwal

Abstract

A case of rabbit syndrome, a complication of long-term neuroleptic medication, is reported. It is important to differentiate it from tardive dyskinesia and continuous therapy with an antiparkinsonian agent may be required for control of symptoms of rabbit syndrome.

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