Most Recent Articles by Abimbola Farinde, PharmD, MS
Intra-subject variability in reaction time (ISVRT) is viewed as a promising behavioral endophenotype for bipolar disorder.
Antipsychotics have been effective in the treatment of psychotic disorders, but clinicians must be cognizant of side effects.
A case study examines a 62-year-old female complaining of symptoms related to depression and how to best treat her.
Clinicians must take special considerations when prescribing psychotropic drugs to senior patients.
A patient may visit their doctor due to physical complaints that may be related to underlying depression.
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