Scopolamine hydrobromide

July 2012
Reactions Weekly;7/21/2012, Issue 1411, p40
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a teenage girl who developed unilateral mydriasis while receiving scopolamine hydrobromide transdermal patch.


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