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In general, we do quite well because of our human ability to see patterns and to look at constellations of symptoms and signs as being part of a specific diagnosis, be they Wernicke's disease, acute dystonic reactions, congestive heart failure, gastroenteritis or strep throat.
An acute dystonic reaction is defined as sustained muscular spasm producing twisting, squeezing, and pulling movements within minutes or hours of drug exposure.
The acute dystonic reaction was successfully treated with benztropine.
Atypical antipsychotics; risperidone, olanzapine, and a typical antipsychotic, thioridazine, led to acute dystonic reactions (ADRs) in our patients.
It is one of the treatments most likely to produce acute dystonic reactions and it occurs in 2-3% of the patients.
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