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Use of Lorazepam in Drug-Assisted Interviews: Two Cases of Dissociative Amnesia

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Drug-assisted interviews are useful for psychiatric diagnosis and treatment. However, amobarbital, a typical medication used for this purpose, is associated with elevated risk of respiratory depressio...

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