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This is a recent Board Favorite ;) Q) As there is MAXIMAL STRESS in the air based on my PM ValueMD mailbox these days, I think this question is a valid “recall” question. What specifically is the mechanism of action of Risperidone??? What hormone in the anterior pituitary does it often elevate? (You KNOW the other atypical antipsychotics can result in transient Diabetes symptoms) Also, what are some classic CLINICAL symptoms???

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This is a recent Board Favorite
Q) As there is MAXIMAL STRESS in the air based on my PM ValueMD mailbox these days, I think this question is a valid “recall” question. What specifically is the mechanism of action of Risperidone??? What hormone in the anterior pituitary does it often elevate? (You KNOW the other atypical antipsychotics can result in transient Diabetes symptoms) Also, what are some classic CLINICAL symptoms???

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