Confirming the Diagnosis of Cannabinoid Hyperemesis: In reply

Yoon Hee Chang; Windish, Donna M.
May 2009
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;May2009, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p483
Academic Journal
A response by Yoon Hee Chang and Donna M. Windish to a letter to the editor about their article on cannabinoid hyperemesis diagnosis in the previous issue is presented.


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