antidyskinetic

antidyskinetic

 [an″te-, an″ti-dis″kĭ-net´ik]
1. relieving or preventing dyskinesia.
2. an agent that relieves or prevents dyskinesia.

antidyskinetic

/an·ti·dys·ki·net·ic/ (an″te-) (an″ti-dis″kĭ-net´ik) relieving or preventing dyskinesia, or an agent that so acts.

antidyskinetic

[an′te-, an′ti-dis′ki-net′ik]
1 pertaining to the relief or prevention of dyskinesia.
2 an antidyskinetic agent.
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sup][73],[78] A favorable antidyskinetic outcome was reported in a study using a NR2B-selective NMDA glutamate antagonist, CP-101, 606; however, adverse cognitive effects were observed.
elata extract revealed better antidyskinetic effects than those observed with amantadine, a reference drug (Doo et al.
Implication of NMDA receptors in the antidyskinetic activity of cabergoline, CI-1041, and Ro 61-8048 in MPTP monkeys with levodopa-induced dyskinesias.
Interestingly, both agonists suppressed GID in parkinsonian rats at doses unable to affect LID in dyskinetic 6-OHDA-lesioned (nongrafted) rats, suggesting that foetal VM grafts induce a striking enhancement of the antidyskinetic effect induced by DA receptor blockade [44].
Start a trial of an adjunctive putative antidyskinetic agent such as vitamin E
Recently, there has been a renewed interest in its use after discovery of its antidyskinetic effects [1,14].
1-3) The pathophysiology of the antidyskinetic properties of atypical antipsychotics, as well as the pathophysiology of tardive dyskinesia itself, remains unclear.
3), although they said the role of this antiviral / antidyskinetic medication "requires further investigation.
They concluded, as we do, that the antidyskinetic effect of amantadine lasts at least 1 year.
The robust antidyskinetic efficacy of these compounds was confirmed by three independent laboratories.
26] Whether apomorphine has a true pro- or antidyskinetic effect remains to be determined.