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Neuroleptic

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Description of Neuroleptic

Neuroleptic: Any drug which induces an altered state of consciousness.

Neuroleptic: Also known as neuroleptics, major tranquilizers, or antischizophrenics, natural or synthetic Antipsychotic Agents relieve and control the symptoms of schizophrenic illness (hallucinations, delusions, dementia). Most antipsychotic agents interfere with various neurotransmitter functions, often blocking dopamine receptors, and induce diverse behavioral, endocrine, motor-kinetic effects. (NCI04)
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