Atypical antipsychotics no better than typicals for adolescents with psychosis, but atypicals may have fewer short-term side effects

Schizophrenia is a serious neurodevelopmental disorder that often starts during adolescence. Current treatment guidelines (NICE, 2013) recommend atypical antipsychotics for adolescents with this condition, but this is based largely on studies of adults with the condition.

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