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Question 1: piperidines: Mesoridazine • ________/Sulforidazine • Periciazine
ThioridazineAmoxapineChlorpromazineClozapine

Question 2: Melperone, a weakly-potent antipsychotic, in Europe commonly used for treatment of insomnia, confusional states, psychomotor agitation, and ________, in particular, in geriatric patients
DeliriumDementiaBipolar disorderAlzheimer's disease

Question 3: Benperidol, the most potent commonly-used antipsychotic (~ 200 times more potent than ________)
AmoxapineChlorpromazineQuetiapineClozapine

Question 4: ________, a dopamine-antagonist antiemetic, derived further from butyrophenone (not being a butyrophenone itself).
MetoclopramideAlizaprideDomperidoneBromopride

Question 5: Butyrophenone is a chemical compound (a ________); some of its derivatives (called commonly butyrophenones) are used to treat various psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, as well as acting as antiemetics.
AlkaneAldehydeAlcoholKetone

Question 6: ________, the most widely-used classical antipsychotic drug in this class
RisperidoneClozapineChlorpromazineHaloperidol

Question 7: aliphatics: ________# • Levomepromazine/Methotrimeprazine • Promazine • Triflupromazine •
AmoxapineChlorpromazineClozapineQuetiapine

Question 8: Triperidol, a highly-potent antipsychotic (100 times more potent than ________)
QuetiapineAmoxapineChlorpromazineClozapine

Question 9: The ________ risperidone, although not a butyrophenone, was developed with the structures of benperidol and lenperone as a basis.
ZiprasidoneOlanzapineAtypical antipsychoticClozapine







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