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Table 2 Synopsis of the eight neuroleptic malignant syndrome reported cases. Poor outcome Age Drugs involved Outcome 1 31 Haloperidol, chlorpromazine, orphenadrine Death gastrointestinal bleeding 2 43 Levomepromazine, amitryptyline Death massive liver necrosis 3 60 Chlorpromazine, haloperidol, clopentixol Death ulcer bleeding, necrotizing enteritis.
Case 2 A year-old man who had been treated with benzodiazepine, levomepromazine, and tryciclic antidepressants for bipolar depression was admitted to the unit.
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N Engl J Med. Support Center Support Center. External link. Confusion disappeared, but she remained amnestic for the first week of her illness. Her comprehension and speech improved, her attention normalized gradually. Her vital signs remained stable except for one day when systolic arterial pressure increased by 20 mmHg up to mmHg and ventricular extrasystoles were observed when ipratropium bromide and salbutamol sulphate monohydrate was initiated for COPD.
These were discontinued and budenoside was started.
Other signs of NMS, including diaphoresis, dysphagia and tremor were not evident. EEG, on the fourth day of admission, did not display an epileptiform abnormality. Immediately after her recovery, clozapine levels from the samples obtained at the ER were received.
Both clozapine and nor-clozapine levels were at toxic levels and She was not depressed and denied overdosing clozapine for suicidal or other purposes. The patient's relatives reported a clinically similar period 2 yr ago while on clozapine. This had been a 5—7 d, self-limiting period of confusion, speech impairment and hyponatremia during which she left the ER before psychiatric evaluation.
With this additional information obtained, clozapine was not restarted. Discussion Previously NMS was considered a complete syndrome characterized by symptoms including alteration of consciousness, hyperthermia, rigidity, tremor, autonomic dysregulation, CK elevation and leukocytosis.
Some cases associated with atypical antipsychotics do not carry all features typical of NMS and they have been considered as partial or atypical form of or formes frustes NMS Trollor et al. Particularly, cases associated with clozapine seem to not present with full-blown symptoms of a typical NMS Trollor et al.
The presenting signs and symptoms of our patient; confusion, urinary incontinence, shivering, CK elevation, fever and leukocytosis, with the absence of rigidity, resembles a form of partial NMS.
Symptoms of clozapine toxicity, partly overlapping with that of NMS symptoms include confusion, tachycardia, miosis, hyperthermia and leukocytosis which were all observed in our patient Sartorius et al. In addition, hypersalivation, blood pressure abnormalities, myoclonic seizures, hepatitis, pancreatitis may be evident Kramer et al.
Clozapine use not exclusively toxicity was also associated with elevated CK levels in some reports, but the clozapine plasma levels were not mentioned Reznik et al. Some factors that may predispose to clozapine toxicity include genetic polymorphisms of cytochrome oxidase enzymes, concurrent drug use, intervening physical illness, inflammation and old age Greenwood-Smith et al. The recommended Lazarus et al Kontaxakis et al ; O'Brien ; White and As neuroleptic drugs may precipitate NMS, neuroleptic lorazepam Woodbury and Woodbury , but these treatment also worsens catatonia Fricchione et al It has been replaced in recent practice by NMS.
Fever is also characteristic of catatonia, especially lorazepam Fricchione et al ; Wetzel et al ; the malignant varieties.
Menza and Harris ; Rosebush et al ; Bush et al in The pathophysiology of NMS is viewed as central press b and diazepam White and Robins ; White, blockage of dopamine receptors, particularly D 2 receptors, ; Ungvari et al b.
When these treatments fail, and their down-regulation Caroff et al ; Lazarus et al clinicians turn to electroconvulsive therapy [ECT], which Evidence for dopaminergic dysfunction are the is described as "lifesaving," particularly in patients with correlations between the potency of neuroleptic drugs as malignant catatonia Hermle and Oepen ; Mann et al D 2 receptor antagonists and their association with NMS, ; Rummans and Bassingthwaighte ; Philbrick the apparent success of dopamine agonists in reversing and Rummans Failure to administer ECT within NMS, and NMS following reduced dopaminergic activity five days of the onset of catatonia is associated with a high as in the depletion of dopamine storage pools by alpha- mortality rate Philbrick and Rummans Patients methyltyrosine and treatment with nonneuroleptic dopa- with NMS also respond to ECT, although the same mine blocking agents as metoclopramide Mann et al hesitancy can be read in the literature as seen with The pathophysiology of catatonia is poorly defined.
Descriptive case material argues that NMS is a form of Taylor cites the characteristics of catatonia as catatonia. White and Robins describe five consec- consistent with defined functions of the frontal lobes and utive patients diagnosed with NMS where a syndrome of with the behavioral effects of localized abnormal dopam- alternating episodes of catatonic excitement and mutism inergic transmission.
That benzodiazepines, barbiturates, preceded the administration of a neuroleptic. The diagno- and ECT effectively relieve catatonia implicates the gam- ma-amino-butyric acid [GABA] system, the principal sis of NMS was given when muscular rigidity developed agent of central inhibition, rather than dopamine.
Each of and the syndrome assumed a fulminating, malignant these interventions increases brain seizure thresholds, and course following exposure to a neuroleptic agent.
The each is an effective anticonvulsant. A principal character- clinical features of these cases were consistent with the istic of catatonia is increased "tension," an expression of diagnosis of malignant catatonia. That NMS is a neuro- heightened vigilance. Neuropharmacologists describe leptic intensified form of an antecedent catatonic state is GABA as a primary inhibitor of brain excitatory activity, also well demonstrated by a case where separate episodes reducing excitatory transmitter release through presynap- of both catatonia and NMS occurred within the same tic action and the excitability of postsynaptic cells.
Two patient White Carroll ; Koch et al Supporting a specific role for benzodiazepine receptors Biochemical studies are sparse and not distinguishing. More important, elevated kinases result The effects of ECT on brain GABAergic activity is seen from elevated temperature alone or changes in muscle in the rise in seizure thresholds during a course of ECT, activity as in restraint, intramuscular injections, and in- the abrupt turn-off of ECT-induced seizures, the isoelec- creased motor activity, and their elevation is a nonspecific tric EEG after a successful seizure, and the efficacy of laboratory finding.
For NMS, a deficiency in serum iron has been that subserve these motor functions. Direct stimulation of associated with active forms of the disorder Rosebush and receptors by benzodiazepines or by seizures increase Mazurek In another examination of 12 episodes of functional GABA levels and reverse these deficiencies catatonia in 11 patients, 3 patients exhibited markedly Krnjevic In clinical practice, have previously been expressed by Fricchione , removal of neuroleptic drugs and systemic supportive Kellam , Chandler , and Rogers For severe cases of NMS, the evidence for adequate treatment for those afflicted by the use of high the use of dopamine agonists and dantrolene is insufficient doses of BZD and when these fail, a course of ECT.
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This to compel their use, and the clinical evidence for high dose view also encourages tests of GABA-ergic functions, with benzodiazepines in NMS is also weak.
Nevertheless, the opportunities to assess the pathophysiology and psycho- efficacy of benzodiazepines in catatonia argue for their pathology in cases of both NMS and of catatonia. Similar views St.External link. Direct stimulation of associated with active forms of the disorder Rosebush and receptors by benzodiazepines or by seizures increase Mazurek Aortic stenosis may be differentiated from mitral stenosis and aortic regurgitation by the systolic murmur rather than the diastolic murmurs caused by these two lesions.
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