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Treatment of neuroleptic malignant syndrome with subcutaneous apomorphine monotherapy



A 20-year-old psychiatric patient receiving haloperidol treatment developed acute-onset fever, rigidity, and mental changes. Subcutaneous apomorphine was given alone for treatment. The patient had rapid clinical improvement after the treatment. Serial blood examinations showed decline and subsequent normalization of the creatine phosphokinase levels.

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