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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Musical Hallucinations And Antidepressants: Case Report Involving Serotoninergic Ways|
Pereira Filho R.A.
|Abstract:||A case of musical hallucination (MII) triggered by different antidepressive drugs is described. This is an uncommon side effect, probably more related to individual factors than to high doses. Musical hallucinations seems to be a releasing phenomenon, associated to sensorial deficit and neuronal compensatory activation. The present case report suggests that not only classical tricyclic antidepressives (AD) can cause MH, but also more selective drugs such as the SSRIs and venlafaxine. Aminedipin, a dopaminergic AD did not to produce MII in this patient. Though, it is suggested that MH triggered by AD may be related to serotoninergic systems.|
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