Allopurinol in the treatment of American cutaneous leishmaniasis

Martinez, S.; Marr, J.J.
March 1992
New England Journal of Medicine;3/12/92, Vol. 326 Issue 11, p741
Academic Journal
Presents an open-label, randomized clinical trial of the efficacy of the combination of allopurinol and meglumine antimoniate as compared with meglumine antimoniate alone in patients with cutaneous leishmaniasis. Methods; Results; Discussion; Pentavalent antimony as the generally accepted treatment for leishmaniasis; Toxicity and expense of pentavalent antimonial compounds; More.


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