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A Controlled Study of Nortriptyline and Imipramine
A. KESSELL; T. A.A. PEARCE; N. F. HOLT
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:938-945.
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Psychiatrist superintendent, Dandenong Psychiatric Centre, 134 Cleeland St., Victoria, Australia

Psychiatrist superintendent, Mont Park Mental Hospital, Victoria, Australia

Lecturer in psychology, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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A double-blind comparison was made of the secondary amine, nortriptyline, and the tertiary amine, imipramine, in female outpatients with a primary depressive illness. There was no significant difference in the overall response between the two drugs, although other differences were found. It was not possible to confirm clinically the hypothesis that the action of the tertiary amines is medicated through secondary amine derivatives and that tertiary amine configuration is associated with tranquilization and secondary amine configuration with thymoleptic activity.

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