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ELAVIL IN THE TREATMENT OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS (AND COMPARISON WITH TOFRANIL)
JANE E. OLTMAN; SAMUEL FRIEDMAN
Am J Psychiatry 1961;118:546-547.
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Clinical Dir., Fairfield State Hospital, Newtown, Conn.

Asst. Supt., Fairfield State Hospital, Newtown, Conn.

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Elavil is an effective antidepressant agent. Side effects, with the dosage employed, are slight. It appears that efficacious antidepressant drugs will produce successful results in some 70 to 75% of patients with affective disorders as a whole.

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