Pharmacology – MCQ 100 – Drug induced parkinsonism

Antipyschotic drug-induced Parkinsonism is treated by:
A. Anticholinergics
B. Levodopa
C. Selegilin
D. Amantadine

Correct answer : A. Anticholinergics

Central anticholinergics are used to treat drug induced parkinsonism. Other anti parkinsonian drugs are not effective.

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