Neuroleptic Induced Acute Dystonia

A medication-induced movement disorder, this symptom associated with neuroleptic drugs used in the treatment of mental disorders is characterized by acute muscle hypertonicity or spasm. The syndrome may also occur when anti-Parkinsonian drugs are reduced or discontinued.
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