Only one out eight patients, out of 108 with tardive dyskinesia, recovered from the disorder in an Emory University Movement Disorders Clinic study. The finding was lower than has previously been reported, said Deepti Zutshi, MD, of Emory, who presented results of the single-center study at the American Academy of Neurology’s annual meeting.
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