Absence of cardiac side effects during treatment of schizophrenia with risperidone in a patient with wolff-Parkinson-white syndrome.

Authors:
Fabrice Bon
Fabrice Bon
Saint-Luc University Clinics
Woluwe-Saint-Lambert | Belgium
Peter Goethals
Peter Goethals
Ghent University
Belgium
Daniel Neu
Daniel Neu
Brugmann University Hospital

Prim Care Companion J Clin Psychiatry 2007 ;9(3):235

Department of Psychiatry, Saint-Luc University Clinics.

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