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|Metabolism||Hepatic (mostly via conjugation)|
|Mol. mass||365.49 g/mol|
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Periciazine (INN; also known as pericyazine (BAN) or propericiazine) is a medication that belongs to the phenothiazine class of typical antipsychotics. It has also been studied in the treatment of opiate dependence.
Pericyazine is a rather sedating and anticholinergic antipsychotic and despite being classed with the typical antipsychotics its risk of extrapyramidal side effects is comparatively low. It has a relatively high risk of causing hyperprolactinaemia and a moderate risk of causing weight gain and orthostatic hypotension.
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