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Antidepressant citalopram displays promise in treating symptoms of dementia Researchers have got found surprising evidence an antidepressant may perform as well as a commonly-prescribed antipsychotic in the alleviation of severe agitation and psychotic symptoms of dementia. The scholarly study, published in the online American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry , is believed to be the initial head-to-head comparison of an SSRI with one of the more commonly prescribed second era antipsychotics in older, nondepressed patients here . The findings are thrilling because they raise the possibility of a fresh direction in drug treatment for psychotic disorders related to dementia in the elderly.

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