Does rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder exist in psychiatric populations? A clinical and polysomnographic case-control study
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AbstractObjectives: Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (RBD) has been increasingly reported in patients with psychiatric disorders (pRBD). Although a close association with the usage of psychotropics has been postulated, it remains elusive whether psychotropics are the only causative factor of RBD symptoms in psychiatric populations. Moreover, there is limited literature documenting and quantifying the clinical and polysomnographic features in this population.
All Author(s) ListLam SP, Li SX, Chan JWY, Mok V, Tsoh J, Chan A, Yu MWM, Lau CYK, Zhang JH, Lam V, Ho CKW, Wing YK
Journal nameSleep Medicine
Volume Number14
Issue Number8
Pages788 - 794
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsAntidepressants; Case-control study; Depression; Psychiatric populations; REM sleep behavior disorder
Web of Science Subject CategoriesClinical Neurology; CLINICAL NEUROLOGY; Neurosciences & Neurology

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