August 2013
Reactions Weekly;8/24/2013, Issue 1466, p27
An abstract of the article "Levofloxacin-induced seizures in a patient without predisposing risk factors: The impact of pharmacogenetics," by C. Gervasoni and colleagues is presented.


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