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    Which medical condition below are you taking medication for?

    Reviewed by Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH on March 28, 2018

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    National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: "Drinking Levels Defined."

    National Alliance for Mental Illness: "What Is Tardive Dyskinesia," "Tardive Dyskinesia."

    UptoDate: “Tardive dyskinesia: Prevention and Treatment,” "Tardive dyskinesia: Etiology and epidemiology," ""Tardive dyskinesia: Clinical features and diagnosis."

    Psych Congress.

    Center for Quality Assessment in Mental Health: "Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS) Overview."

    Tardive Dyskinesia: A Task Force Report of the American Psychiatric Association, American Psychiatric Association, 1992.

    Medscape: “Psychiatrist’s Role in Tardive Dyskinesia: From Diagnosis to Emerging Treatment.”

    National Institute of Mental Health: "Psychotherapies."

    Mind (UK): "Antipsychotics," "Tardive dyskinesia (TD)."

    FDA Medication Guide -- Reglan.

    The American Journal of Psychiatry: "Lower Risk for Tardive Dyskinesia Associated With Second-Generation Antipsychotics: A Systematic Review of 1-Year Studies."

    World Psychiatry: "Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular risk factors and events associated with second-generation antipsychotic compared to antidepressant use in a non-elderly adult sample: results from a claims-based inception cohort study."

    MD Magazine: "Tardive Dyskinesia: Clues to the Diagnosis and Treatment."

    The Lancet Neurology: "The new definition and diagnostic criteria of Parkinson’s disease."

    World Journal of Radiology: "Neuroimaging in Huntington’s disease."

    The Ochsner Journal: "Medication-Induced Tardive Dyskinesia: A Review and Update."

    Medscape: “Tardive Dyskinesia.”

    Journal of the Neurological Sciences: "Updating the commendations for treatment of tardive syndromes: A systematic review of new evidence and practical treatment algorithm."

    Psychology Today: "New Drug Valbenazine Approved by FDA for Tardive Dyskinesia."

    Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences: "Tardive dyskinesia (syndrome): Current concept and modern approaches to its management, Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences."

    Drugs.com: "Valbenazine Side Effects."

    UW Health: "Botulinum Toxin Injections for Movement Disorders."

    Journal of the Neurological Sciences: "Deep brain stimulation for tardive syndromes: Systematic review and meta-analysis."

    Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine: "Nocturnal Oral Movements in a Patient with Schizophrenia."

    Neurology Reviews: “Tips for Living with Tardive Dyskinesia.”

    University of California, San Diego: "Tardive Dyskinesia."

    National Institute on Drug Abuse: "The Science of Drug Abuse and Addiction: The Basics," "Why is there comorbidity between substance use disorders and mental illnesses?"

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