Pérez Trullen JM, Modrego Pardo PJ, Vázquez André M, López Lozano JJ. (1992). Bromazepam-induced dystonia. Biomed Pharmacother, 46(8): 375-6.
Benzodiazepines are drugs with a good tolerance that are widely used for the treatment of anxiety. Extrapyramidal side-effects are unusual. Diazepam is effective for the treatment of drug-induced dystonias, nevertheless there are some reports of Diazepam-induced dystonia. We report a case history of a patient who developed oromandibular dystonia after taking Bromazepam The possible mechanisms that cause drug-induced dystonia are described.
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