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THE RELATIONSHIP OF CERTAIN ORAL SIGNS IN NEUROPSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS TO DOSAGE OF ATARACTIC DRUGS
S. H. BLEICHER; A. I. ISHLER; M. B. PAUL; J. K. KEW; H. C. RICKARD
Am J Psychiatry 1962;118:1132-1133.
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Chief, Dental Service, V.A. Hospital, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Chief, Psychology Service, V.A. Hospital, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

University of Alabama.

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Thirty-one NP patients exhibiting the oral sign of black hairy tongue were identified by the dental service; 46 control subjects were selected at random from patients examined at that time who did not exhibit the sign. Records of ataractic drug treatment for the 6-month period prior to the examination were obtained for both groups. No significant relationship emerged between drug dosage and presence of the sign of any criteria examined.

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