EfficacyIncluded studies
There is limited evidence suggesting a difference favouring clomipramine over placebo on reducing obsessive-compulsive symptoms as measured by the Children's Y-BOCS (K = 1; N = 16; SMD = 20.94; 95% CI, 21.99 to 0.11). IMARCH1990
The evidence is inconclusive and so it is not possible to determine if there is a clinically important difference between clomipramine and placebo on the tolerability of treatment.DEVEAUGHGEISS1992


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