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Question 1: Adaphenoxate • Adapromine • ________Bromantane • Chlodantane • Gludantane • Memantine • Midantane
DizocilpinePhencyclidineAmantadineKetamine

Question 2: Similar to methylphenidate, the mechanism of action of pemoline is to inhibit the reuptake of ________ and to increase the release of dopamine and norepinephrine in the central nervous system.
TyramineAmphetaminePhenethylamineDopamine

Question 3: Anatoxin-aBicucullineDMCMFlurothylGabazinePentetrazolPicrotoxinStrychnine________
PregabalinEthanolThujone1,4-Butanediol

Question 4: 2-Benzylpiperidine4-BenzylpiperidineDesoxypipradrolDiphemethoxidineEthylphenidateMethylnaphthidateMethylphenidate (________) • NocainePhacetoperanePipradrolSCH-5472
DexmethylphenidateMethamphetamineAmphetamineLisdexamfetamine

Question 5: In March 2005, ________ (Cylert marketer) had discontinued the production of Cylert arguing economic reasons.
Abbott LaboratoriesMcDonald'sBoeingAon Corporation

Question 6: AdrafinilArmodafinilCRL-40941________
AmphetamineMethylphenidateDextroamphetamineModafinil

Question 7: Pemoline (Cylert, Tradon) was a medication used to treat ________ (ADHD) and narcolepsy.
SchizophreniaBipolar disorderAttention-deficit hyperactivity disorderMajor depressive disorder

Question 8: In some patients pemoline is suspected of causing ________,[3] so the FDA recommended that regular liver tests should be performed on those treated with it.
Acute liver failureHepatitisAspirinHepatotoxicity

Question 9: ________ may enhance the liver toxicity of pemoline.
MethylphenidateMDMAAmphetamineMethamphetamine

Question 10: BenocyclidineDieticyclidineEsketamineEticyclidineGacyclidine________ • Phencyclamine • PhencyclidineRolicyclidineTenocyclidineTiletamine
DizocilpineKetamineNeramexaneDextromethorphan
















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