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Submitted: 22 February 2013 Modified: 27 June 2017
HERDIN Record #: PCHRD13022214265948

Oral pharmacological treatment of X-linked dystonia parkinsonism: Successes and failures.

1Roland Dominic G. Jamora,
2Roland Dominic G. Jamora,
3Cid Czarina E. Diesta,
4Paul Matthew D. Pasco,
5Lillian V. Lee
Department of Neurosciences, College of Medicine - Philippine General Hospital - University of the Philippines-Manila,
Movement Disorders Center and Section of Neurology, International Institute for Neurosciences - St. Luke's Medical Center,
Philippine Movement Disorder Surgery Center - Cardinal Santos Medical Center,
Asian Hospital and Medical Center,
Child Neuroscience Center - Philippine Children's Medical Center

Abstract

There is a paucity of published literature on the different oral medications tried for X-linked dystonia parkinsonism (XDP). In practice, most XDP patients are tired on medication typically used for patients with generalized dystonia. These drugs include anticholinergic agents, baclofen, clonazepam and other ben-zodiazepines, tetrabenazine, and clozapine. Although several articles have shown that these classess of drugs are beneficial for patients with generalized dystonia, none been systematically studied specifically for XDP patients. We are currently conducting the first randomized, placebo-controlled trial on the medications that have been used in XDP.

1.
Publication Type:
Journal
Publication Sub Type:
Journal Article, Original
Title:
The Philippine Journal of Neurology
Frequency:
Semi-Annual
Publication Date:
August 2012
Volume:
16
Issue:
1
Page(s):
79-82
Publisher:
Philippine Neurological Association

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