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Patient Response to Clozapine in a Forensic Psychiatric Hospital
Gul M. Ebrahim; Brian Gibler; Grace Hayes; Carl B. Gacono
Psychiatric Services 1994; doi:
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Atascadero State Hospital

University of California, San Francisco

1994 by the American Psychiatric Association

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A line was dropped from the paper entitled "Patient Response to Clozapine in a Forensic Psychiatric Hospital" by GuI M. Ebrahim and associates, pages 271-273 of the March issue. The second and third sentences ofthe next-to-last paragraph on page 273 should have read, "We speculate that the high incidence of constipation among the study patients may be related to their long history of high-dose antipsychotic treatment, which may have contributed to decreased bowel motility. In addition, patients with a prolonged history of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization may be less likely to be active and thus more likely to develop side effects such as constipation."

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