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Off-label antipsychotic use and tardive
dyskinesia in at-risk popu lations: new
drugs with old side effects
over the years, with limited response.
anxiety, led to an antipsychotic trial.
in off-label antipsychotic use across all
age groups,1–5 perhaps reflecting their
reputation. In addition, the field is sanc-
fect. In the second year of treatment, he
were initially attributed to on going den-
with the atypical antipsychotics,9–11 all
tients, 2 populations particularly sensi-
part of our clinical decision-making.
Gary Remington, MD, PhD
Margaret Hahn, MD, PhD
abuse, race, sex and genetics.11–15 There
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
and to schizophrenia itself.16–19 Studies
Both authors declare
also declares consulting fees from Roche,
chroneron and grants from Neurocrine andMedicure.
ments (i.e., localized, perioral). Within
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Temporal Existentials and the Amount Perfect This paper examines new data concerning the Perfect aspect and its modification by since clauses. Past analyses of such adverbials have argued that the complement of since can be a clause expressing an event, but that the event must be unique (Iatridou 2003); and that the complement can be a Universal Perfect, but not an Existential Perfect (von Fin