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Primidone: Quiz


Question 1: The procainamide was replaced with propanolol, which in turn replaced the propanolol when the latter brought the ________ back almost instantaneously upon the first dose.
TachycardiaMyocardial infarctionBradycardiaAtrial fibrillation

Question 2: [112] It also interferes with the metabolism of ________, a synthetic steroid hormone, to the point where its withdrawal from the regimen of a 14-year-old living in the United Kingdom made her hypercortisolemic.

Question 3: Primidone is not the only anticonvulsant used for essential tremor; the others include topiramate, ________, and gabapentin.

Question 4: ________ was approved in France in 1967.
Sodium valproatePregabalinValproic acidGabapentin

Question 5: [36] ________ was approved two years later.
TopiramateValproic acidGabapentinPregabalin

Question 6: People with ________ are less likely to get this, and Drs.
Reactive arthritisCoeliac diseaseSystemic lupus erythematosusRheumatoid arthritis

Question 7: Unlike ________, there are few case reports mentioning the use of primidone in the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia.
OxcarbazepineEslicarbazepine acetateMirtazapineCarbamazepine

Question 8: Primidone has been occasionally used to treat long QT syndrome, ________, and athetosis.
HemiplegiaCerebral palsyHereditary spastic paraplegiaSpastic diplegia

Question 9: Thorn reported in 1962 that sixteen patients responded favorably to both primidone and ________ and four to only primidone.

Question 10: Treatments for primidone overdose have included hemoperfusion with forced diuresis,[9] a combination of bemegride and amiphenazole;[7] and a combination of bemegride, ________, caffeine, pentylenetetrazol, strophanthin, penicillin and streptomycin.

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