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tardive

 [tahr´div]
late; applied to a disease in which the characteristic lesion is late in appearing.

tar·dive

(tar'div),
Late; tardy.

tardive

/tar·dive/ (tahr´div) [Fr.] tardy; late.

tardive

(tär′dĭv)
adj.
Having symptoms that develop slowly or appear long after inception. Used of a disease.

tardive

[tär′div]
Etymology: L, tardus, late
describing a disease in which a period of time passes between exposure and the first symptoms.

tar·dive

(tahr'div)
Late; delayed.

tardive

late; applied to a disease in which the characteristic lesion is late in appearing.
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Forgotten but not gone: new developments in the understanding and treatment of tardive dyskinesia.
Tardive dyskinesia (TD) can occur in up to 20% of schizophrenia patients receiving long-term antipsychotics (APs) [1-4], and is associated with considerable personal suffering and social and physical disabilities.
In a statement, Mitchell Mathis, MD, director of the FDA's division of psychiatry products in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, praised the approval as "an important advance for patients suffering with tardive dyskinesia.
As Tardive dyskinesia is frequently associated with first generation neuroleptics, these medications should be used restrictively only in major mental disorder and also doses should be kept low.
Lower risk for tardive dyskinesia associated with secondgeneration antipsychotics: A systematic review of 1-year studies.
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We believe the application of Auspex's deuterium platform to known pharmaceuticals holds great promise across a wide spectrum of neurological diseases and associated movement disorders, including Huntington's disease, tardive dyskinesia and Tourette syndrome," said Michael Hayden, Teva's president of global R&D and chief scientific officer.
Morningside's investment in Synchroneuron demonstrates our belief in the potential of SNC-102 to safely and effectively treat neuropsychiatric disorders such as tardive dyskinesia as well as its potential in additional indications, said Gerald Chan, Chairman of Morningside Technology Ventures.
Recognition and differential diagnosis of tardive dyskinesia.
announced today the firm is now accepting cases on behalf of people who used the prescription drug Reglan and later developed tardive dyskinesia, a neurological disorder that causes uncontrollable, repetitive movements of the body, such as grimacing, lip smacking, eye blinking or rapid leg and arm movements.
A boxed warning about an increased risk of tardive dyskinesia associated with the chronic use of metoclopramide will be added to the drug's label, according to the Food and Drug Administration.