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A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF MELLARIL
SOL SHERMAN
Am J Psychiatry 1961;118:452-454.
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Director of Geriatrics, Metropolitan State Hospital, Waltham 54, Mass.

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A clinical evaluation of Mellaril in 74 chronic psychotics has shown it to be an effective and well tolerated tranquilizer. Its ability to control or modify major emotional disorders with little or no clouding of consciousness or extrapyramidal stimulation is its greatest forte in comparing it with other phenothiazines.

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