Psychopharmacology in Pediatric Mixed Anxiety Disorder: An Evidence-based Review

by Sadiq Naveed, MD; Afshan Naz Amray, MD; Nusrat Jahan, MD; Fatima Bilal Moti-wala, MD; and Muhammad Hassan Majeed, MD Dr. Naveed is with the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas. Dr. Amray is with Dow University of Health Sciences in Karachi, Pakistan. Dr. Jahan is with Rush University Medical Center in […] The post Psychopharmacology in Pediatric Mixed Anxiety Disorder: An Evidence-based Review appeared first on Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience.
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