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Prolonged dystonic reaction to chlorpromazine in myxoedema coma.
  1. G. M. Wood,
  2. A. K. Waters


    A case of myxoedema coma is reported where the administration of chlorpromazine resulted in a prolonged dystonic reaction. A similar challenge with a butyrophenone when the patient was on thyroxine caused a similar but much abbreviated response.

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