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Schizophr Res. 1994 Feb;11(3):273-6.

Cerebrospinal fluid oxytocin concentration in schizophrenic patients does not differ from control subjects and is not changed by neuroleptic medication.

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  • 1Neuropsychiatry Branch, National Institute of Mental Health, Neuroscience Center at Saint Elizabeths, Washington, DC 20032.

Abstract

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) oxytocin concentrations in 20 neuroleptic-treated schizophrenic patients, 31 neuroleptic-withdrawn schizophrenic patients, and 15 normal control subjects were compared. Neither within-subject comparisons of CSF oxytocin concentration measurements made during neuroleptic treatment and withdrawal (n = 11), nor comparison of the combined neuroleptic-withdrawn and neuroleptic-treated patient group (n = 40) with control subjects (n = 15) differed significantly, suggesting that CSF oxytocin concentration is not altered in schizophrenia.

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