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Re: why is buspar not an 'antipsychotic'? katekite

Posted by omega man on June 2, 2002, at 14:06:12

In reply to Re: why is buspar not an 'antipsychotic'? omega man, posted by katekite on June 2, 2002, at 10:10:53

>Or is it more dependent on the chemical structure and known relatedness to other prototype drugs? Is there an accepted definition?

Psychiatrist don't tend to look at anything just now but behaviours...they check patients against an industry guide called DSM IV ..todays rule book for whats a mental illness and what is'nt..




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