PMID: 41884Dec 1, 1979

Tardive dyskinesia presenting as a psychosis

The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
G M AsnisU Halbreich

Abstract

Tardive dyskinesia (TD), a movement disorder secondary to neuroleptic medication, is frequently found in psychiatric patients. The authors review reasons why some patients with TD go undetected. In addition, they report on another clinical situation which led to TD going undiagnosed: two cases which developed TD, then incorporated their movement disorder into a delusional system. Their clinicians focused exclusively on their psychosis, missing the underlying neurological disorder. How commonly this occurs in clinical practice is unknown.

Related Concepts

Antipsychotic Effect
Lingual-Facial-Buccal Dyskinesia
Schizophrenia
Psychiatric Inpatient
Tardive Dyskinesia
Differential Diagnosis
Antipsychotic Agents
Dyskinesia, Medication-Induced
Delusional Disorder
Dose-Response Relationship, Drug

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