All Relations between Catatonia and nms

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M Fin. Toxic serotonin syndrome or neuroleptic malignant syndrome? Pharmacopsychiatry. vol 29. issue 4. 1996-12-17. PMID:8858716. we argue that nms and tss are examples of a non-specific generalized neurotoxic syndrome, and not specific syndromes: and that these are subtypes of catatonia. 1996-12-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
A F Hynes, E L Vicka. Case study: neuroleptic malignant syndrome without pyrexia. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. vol 35. issue 7. 1996-09-17. PMID:8768358. it also supports the concept of neuroleptic-induced catatonia (nic) and nms as disorders on the same spectrum. 1996-09-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
A A Osman, M H Khurasan. Lethal catatonia and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. A dopamine receptor shut-down hypothesis. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 165. issue 4. 1995-01-30. PMID:7804674. lethal catatonia and neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms) have been suggested to have a common neurochemical cause. 1995-01-30 2023-08-12 Not clear
E Revuelta, R Bordet, T Piquet, F Ghawche, A Destee, M Goudeman. [Acute catatonia and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. A case of infantile psychosis]. L'Encephale. vol 20. issue 3. 1994-10-19. PMID:7916282. similar clinical and biological features in lethal catatonia (lc) and neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms) suggest a relationship between both affections and common physiopathologic mechanisms. 1994-10-19 2023-08-12 Not clear
M Raja, M C Altavista, S Cavallari, L Lubic. Neuroleptic malignant syndrome and catatonia. A report of three cases. European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience. vol 243. issue 6. 1994-08-31. PMID:7913834. all three patients were affected by mood disorders with congruent psychotic features, had shown catatonia just before the onset of nms, and had been treated with low neuroleptic doses. 1994-08-31 2023-08-12 Not clear
M Raja, M C Altavista, S Cavallari, L Lubic. Neuroleptic malignant syndrome and catatonia. A report of three cases. European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience. vol 243. issue 6. 1994-08-31. PMID:7913834. the relationship between nms and catatonia and possible therapeutic decisions are discussed. 1994-08-31 2023-08-12 Not clear
V Y Totten, E Hirschenstein, P He. Neuroleptic malignant syndrome presenting without initial fever: a case report. The Journal of emergency medicine. vol 12. issue 1. 1994-05-26. PMID:8163804. nms shares features with malignant hyperthermia, serotonin syndrome, lethal catatonia, and heat stroke. 1994-05-26 2023-08-12 Not clear
D A Whit. Catatonia and the neuroleptic malignant syndrome--a single entity? The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 161. 1992-11-20. PMID:1393347. separate episodes of both catatonia and the so-called 'neuroleptic malignant syndrome' (nms) occurred within the same patient. 1992-11-20 2023-08-11 Not clear
M Welle. NMS and lethal catatonia. The Journal of clinical psychiatry. vol 53. issue 8. 1992-09-16. PMID:1500409. nms and lethal catatonia. 1992-09-16 2023-08-11 Not clear
K Otani, S Kaneko, Y Fukushim. Lethal catatonia and NMS. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 160. 1992-05-20. PMID:1562880. lethal catatonia and nms. 1992-05-20 2023-08-11 Not clear
A K Sha. Catatonia and NMS. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 159. 1991-10-17. PMID:1888973. catatonia and nms. 1991-10-17 2023-08-11 Not clear
T K Tan, S H On. Catatonia and NMS. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 158. 1991-09-26. PMID:1678667. catatonia and nms. 1991-09-26 2023-08-11 Not clear
D A White, A H Robin. Catatonia: harbinger of the neuroleptic malignant syndrome. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 158. 1991-07-03. PMID:1674666. catatonia would appear to represent a highly significant risk factor for the nms and a possible causal link between the two disorders is suggested. 1991-07-03 2023-08-11 Not clear
V P Kontaxakis, N M Vaidakis, G N Christodoulou, H C Valergak. Neuroleptic-induced catatonia or a mild form of neuroleptic malignant syndrome? Neuropsychobiology. vol 23. issue 1. 1991-03-08. PMID:2280828. neuroleptic-induced catatonia (nic) and milder neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms) share parkinsonian features, catatonic symptoms, mild fever, and have been described in patients receiving antipsychotic agents. 1991-03-08 2023-08-11 Not clear
J Schröder, C Linge, A Wähne. [Differential diagnosis of malignant hyperthermia, febrile catatonia and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. A case comparison]. Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie. vol 56. issue 3. 1988-06-03. PMID:2896144. malignant hyperthermia (mh), lethal catatonia (lc), and neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms) are known as rare potential lethal diseases. 1988-06-03 2023-08-11 Not clear
C S Brown, A K Wittkowsky, S G Bryan. Neuroleptic-induced catatonia after abrupt withdrawal of amantadine during neuroleptic therapy. Pharmacotherapy. vol 6. issue 4. 1986-11-25. PMID:2877444. our patient developed neuroleptic-induced catatonia (nic) after abrupt withdrawal of amantadine, a dopaminergic agent that has been implicated in neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms) on its discontinuation. 1986-11-25 2023-08-11 Not clear
S S Jessee, G F Anderso. ECT in the neuroleptic malignant syndrome: case report. The Journal of clinical psychiatry. vol 44. issue 5. 1983-07-08. PMID:6133848. two patients are described who presented with clinical features of catatonia and fever, and were retrospectively diagnosed as having neuroleptic malignant syndrome (nms). 1983-07-08 2023-08-12 Not clear